The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.. {AP) The payoff to the Kennedy-Johnson ness chair Wednesday and said was the "bag man" for Baker
J j .. Bobby Baker hearings explodedInto campaign fund. Reynolds said Reynolds had lied and McCloskeyHe .
I I a shouting match today he was the "bag man" for Baker "He hasn't told you the truth testified he wrote the per.
with special Rule Committee and contractor Matthew H. once," he said formance bond for McCloskey's I
t S ( tr \ counsel Lennox P. McLendun McCloskey In the deal Baker, the man who Sen. JohnJ. construction firm when It built

calling Ben John J. William, Curtis and Stewart verbally Williams, R-Del., said "could the Washington, D.C., sports
,.' RJ>eI., star tiled over failure of the Me. talk" and square the conflict In stadium and was overpaid on
; p .. ; ,? "You are absolutely unalter." Closkey company to>> provide Reynolds and McCloskey'a teatl. the premium by $33,000.
.' ;; ably untrue In that statement, records Curtis had requested many refused to answer ... Reynolds said he gave Baker
: 4 r ,. yelled MeLendon, a white through s government agency. lions about his role in the '",000. kept $10,000for himself
,P \'' haired 74-year-old attorney. "They could do It butter than alleged kickbackReynolds" and that Baker was to funnel
>#.' -I Williams had said that he had we eould," Stewart said of pro. told the Senate the money Into the campaignfund.
told McLendon he had addition riding details on projects the Rule Committee Tuesday he .
: ..i!.. 1 al Information about government McCloskey company hid

!, P} 'to i. contracts handled by the worked Involving federal funds
rr l ,;' .: McCloskey Construction Co. McCloHkey, former ambas. ,
.a u'i' ; But, he said, McLendon" not odor to Ireland, took the wit. : ..
Interested In pursuing the Information I '
unless It Involved ;, '!1.

Baker and other figures In the '

FINAL TOUCHES on the rigging for the Coast Guard Auxiliary' new flair current That's hearing when the explosioncame. City Attorney '.

role on Broad Avenue South, in front of the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn I

were applied this morning by Don Queeney, left, and Victor fielding, two "Just a minute," ahnuttd Sen. Drawing law
members of the auxiliary. The new clubhouse of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Carl T. Curtis, R- ab. "This Is

shows (in the background. (NEWS photo) an Impertinence such as 1 have ,.
never before seen. This Is the Against Noise ,; .
first time an employe of the ,
Senate has called s senator a '"
City Council, urged by the :
liar." Naples Board of Realtors to en.
Our Favorite Flagpole "He has disqualified himself." act an anti-noise ordinance, told .
Williams Interjected that he City Attorney David Splngler to
did, too, make such a statementon draw one up at Wednesday's

"I last deny Friday emphatically any meeting The! realtors' letter, read by ., r t I

Coming Down SoonBy word of It," McLendon said. Mayor Archie Turn.r..tedtbat
"There Is not an ounce, not an "the tone of the town 1s toward
element of truth in It "
peace, but there Is no method
MARGARET SCHLERF must of the heavy atone was su. to support the lanyard, makingfor Curtis continued to demand now to prevent noxious noise on
that McLendon remove himselffrom
pervlsed by the town engineer, easy replacement of either the Sabbath and during unreason
William Cambler, after whom arm ahould It become neceassry. his post as special counsel. able hours on weekdays,"
One of Naples best known landmarks "I've got a right," said Me.
The real estate asked
Cambler Park Is named. "I should particularly like to men
Is about to lose Its tra.
Lendon. "I'm m* going to sit
ditlonal position In the elfy. The Shortly after the column was give credit to the Florida Power Council to specifically control NBA TtltphototPRrPAtlATI05llrARTlirM
here and be publicly misrepresented.
In place Morris donated It to and Ught Company,"'Lowder. noise associated with construe
blot and haughty flagpole Cray ." itrfi and are under way
ton Cove has been replaced by a the city, and the Idea. for the milk said "8111N' N 4es was salt tlon work, and prohibit cltUens (or IhJfonslf&rrion; frf the,MtrtrwrlanU the IsVPrrsUlent
brand new. all-steel model which .flagpole was bore. then a small town, we had no Williams quietly while from operating power iawnraow. Jolin F Kennedy In Arlington National Cemetery. Soil tents
Curtis and McLendon ... ers before t sum. .
The pole Itself was made In crane large enough to lift the Sundays They
will fly Its colors In the circle are being made In the vicinity of I lht Iran In background
In front of the recently completed the city shops, according to Low. pole In position They were changed sharp comment DurIng uggntd that Council be per. Is the Cuetty i le Mansion. '
Coast Guard Auxiliary Building dermllk's best recollection. One kind enough lo send their equip. a lull, he commented that mined to grant lpeclal..ceptlon.
directly on the Bay of the feature of the design called merit from Fort Myers. la the McLendon had s perfect right to>> for public works projects when
The Crayton Cove flagpole for a yoke fitted with pin early days we depended on them state his understanding of the U would be to the general good
which gave rise to the lyric a great deal and they never let conversation. to let the work proceed at odd Thant Works Backstage
us down." Williams, who furnished much hours.
of Neapolitan lavortte dlrectlontype -
song to visitors, Ralph Carlson of the Information that trig "You can forget about refit I
gored the Baker probe, declaredthe : hating lawnmowers," Splngler
"Straight out 8th Street to the
LOTS OF WORX Rules Committee might find commented lie Indicated such
flagpole missed.S's ., etc.", will be sorely New CommanderOf Progress will out, however It "very Interesting' If It did regulation would be held Illegal. On UN Finance ProblemsUNITED

and the new pole U also the re. look Into various government Car Hoffmann said an antUnolse
ClbraltarJlke air of st*
suit of much planning and work. construction projects handled ordinance would be "a good
blllty was so widely accepted that Flotilla 93At The Naples branch of the U. 8. by the McCloikey company thing," but he agreed that "you NATIONS, N.Y. A group of Asian-African
i when "Donna" snapped It to two Coast Guard Auxiliary will hence The angry squabble look can't regulate the man who wants (API Negotiators worked ... countries promptly I presented :
in I960 that event was added to a regular meeting of Naples forth be the keeper of the flag. place while William K. Stewart, to mow his lawn" hind'the scenes at the United Thant a three otnt plan. Informed
the list of proofs Indicating the Flotilla 93 of the u.s. A* of now, both th* sailor's financial vice president of Me.Closkey Iliiffmann said aiparentlymostobjectionable Nations today amid rising hopes sources said the Soviets
violence of the storm Coast Guard Auxiliary held warning and the sailor's delight Co, was testifying nnlse Is the work for an agreement to clearway and the American agreed to
FRED REMEMBERSFred Wednesday night st their Station will be announced from the new about procedures In figuring of subcontractors on housing>*. the world organluuton's deep the plan in part but set conflict.

dt on the Bay In the Cove location on the ba,. Insurance premium rstes who are In effect working double financial and constitutional crU Icy cundllliifis.
Lowdermtlk Naples ,
ale Al the near of the crisis baa
complex members unanimous Coast Guard spokesmen prala. Don B Reynolds, s Sliver shuts
manager for many years, vividly of Vine Wood Backstage talks being con. been the Soviet refusal to
efforts pay
elected ed the Spring, Md., Insurance man, Splngler suggested a eompre.henslve
recall the dedication ceremon. ly Ralph H. Carlson U city mana,.,.who helped achievethe testified Tuesday that a 135,000 ordinance regulating ducted by Secret ary-Oneral U U.N assessment for Ih* peace.
lea which took place at Its basein commander of the local organ- necessary permits to acquire overpayment by the McCloskey: notes from U p m. to T s.tee. Thant gut an endorsement at a keeping operation In the Congo
1150. tzatlon for the coming year the site, which belongs to the firm of an Insurance perform. each day, and Council told Mm Ihreo4tuur meeting Wednesday and Middle East The Soviet
"Mayor Roy Smith was therewith X Carlson succeeds Ajf>.Aye rs City J. G. Sample, Port Roy. ante bond was really s political to procewl along those lines between the foreign ministers of contend they were Illegal. The
the whole City Council. who has held the post for the al developer, financed the pro. the UN.'s biggest antagonists United Stales, the biggest eon.
remember standing with Bill. pan two yean. Jed, a* a gift to Naples. on the Issue, the United Slate trlbutnr ..ya.U must pay their
Cambler Betty McLenon and p.at. Also elected unanimouslywere Under the direction of Frank and the Soviet Union share or he United Nations will
Lehman That was all of Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk
Robert Pledty vice-com Clayton who made the design founder
City Hall. murder, and Ed. Cope Smith, layout, Coast Guard Auxiliary termed hi* conference with So. Th It.n.A.lan plan pro.
only people
"There were 1,500
member have worked for viet foreign Minister Andrei A. pOMdlhsli
in Naples at that time," be training officer. Sworn in as a month toward their goal. Among t1P Oromyko .'celll.ructl.I". I. The General Assembly de.

added. new member was Warren A. them are Don Queeney,who head, Ambassador Adlai !. Steven clare the U N. Charter' ArticleIt
No account of the beginningsof Ssd naa ed the Coast Guard Committee, son, who sat la MI the luncheon I inapplliabl<< III the present
the old flagpole could be writ Following regular Flotilla Vie Belding, Francis Flint, Don meeting, was said to feel the esse This is Ih* provision thai
ten without mentioning many of business die members were Smith, G. F. Prldeaux and Ted Iyr talks was "useful and gnud." any member two year behind
the name now Incorporated In shown Urge number of color Martin With the Soviets for the first In its dues la this ease the
the history of Naples.B. slides of numerous countries time showing Interest In dls.eussUig Soviet Unliw<< shall lose Its
MBenny"Morrts Jr., be. In the Orient by member Ed THEY HELPED TOO the financing of U.N.peae.'eeplnc asssmMy vote

can the project when he had Heraog who spent 25 years Other hare given their tlm operation but t. A study group be formed to
stone column built and locatedat
a not yet In accord with the Unit. future .
abroad for the and Interest Joe Long Ronnie work out plans ft.nancing
the of 8thtrust and
corner ed tales CM the matter the uf .
of the Naples Water "
Company. Turner, +
12th South. place.
Avenue The Initiative was turned over to .
Department Walter Breh IDal.
Bremenan Harold and Gary Thant U N. financing Is nut I. A "resrue fund" be set up
purely s V.,. Soviet
Houchln. affair and 'by voluntary contribution to
GOP Governors The new pole was raised yes. lither I II salon s most be heard pay tile deficit M past peace.keoplng .
trim I too. Rust said
terdsy afternoon, and th* first operation
flag was run up this morning. The Soviet were reported to
To those who are about to be City Building have agreed i the plan provld.ed .
overcome with nostalgia, how. there .is nil deadline or filed
Weigh Party's Problems ever Wood had these reassuring In November amount set fir payment Into

wordst "The Craytoa Cove flag. the fund
pole will not be destroyed, but Hit $122, 746Naples The United Stale was said to
will be moved to the .. be agreeable the proposal
Colo. AP Paul
( fanning of Arizona, Dulldl/
creation Center are some time only U the Soviet first an.umced .
Barry Ooldwater1 supporter tooted to the Saat to fill tilt
after the first of lilt year wrote up 40 permits InNovember .their contribution to
Mood the eat that
on sidelines today a* Ooldwater wlU vacatela
Republics gathered the new Meanwhile, It* traditional hoU repreaenlrf a totes the fund. Thai way, the United
governor Congress, sent word Way decoration will Aon taste ) of $' 22,'" In estimated Stale could say that Article It
here for a searching look at the that he could lOt be on hand for
future of their badly divided the meetlac here. the Bight I* Crayton Core this costs of new construction.k did nit apply becaus the So.
party F Clifton White, regarded as year for tilt last urn. was a rather tame month wilts were paying up.SHOPPING.

About the only representative on* of die "real pros" of the Therell be many s sentiaentalX In his record-breaking build

of tilt Gobtvater ecnservatlv Goldvaur catopalgA, canceled X J: Ing year. The IM4 total for
viewpoint scheduled to be oa hotel reservations, Indicating he 11 months now stands at $12
head la tat* extraordinary a**. would lICIt be oa head to defend )41,*. The total for th
ton of state OOP executives 1* Golrfvster's I..r.... United Fund entire year of 1M3 was 19, DAYS
Go*. Tin M, Babeock of Mcetana. But U* BoekeftUtrs, who op. 6W/701. which set a record at
A w !portsr of Goldwater posed tilt Arizona __Oft'* Close To Goal I die dine. Till CHRISTMAS
before the Su Francisco: nor axnlaattoa, were expected to November's
ventloa, Babcock won reel.e. arrive la force. row Neleoa A. : bulWarj pan
The Greater United .
Naples was the laej
tics after storing sway from Rockefeller of New Tort, who fIgure
Fund hit a total of Wjn November of
tilt GOP presidential aomtae did act caapalga: lor the GOP $491,814.
01 CHRISTMAS TREES are arriving In Naples, so Santa
during tilt campaign pre""nUal1oM., war U noon today according Largest permit of the month
Progressive BptJlcaaa, ... bringing to s plane load of GoM. toC J.Copley,campaign cfII.1r-> "'an' be rat behind. lit the top photo, a 25-footer la was Issued to CJJ. Msrhoefer
eluding three Rockefeller, werecoswerglag water critics. man. The figure represents.. unload the park us lot of Naples Federal Savings Jr. Co. for' restaurant slurs

oa Deover for a .... Included were his brothers, .1J per cent of tf. "0'I. and Loan Asset .ration and will jr<> up in a lion and addition at the Edge,
arm that might produce some Wlathrop Rotkafeller Attested ,-I. prominent POt In front. of the building Elliot: fisherof water Beach apartment bowl

challenging Mauneot* bat tatseemed la hU Md for th* Arkansas gov.enorsWp When final reports Ire In, Naples r-Meral, right supervises th<. delicate job 1901 Gulf Shore Blvd

unlikely to provide the and Laveac Rocs*. Copley Seals die full goal may of unload In". In the lower photo, Chris and Tsllle TWrteen new !housing suns

laapetM to eves OOP. NatlenalQairmee feller, a prcgresetve interested yet be rushed ''We.re not Ellis inspect a "freih" tree so fresh In tad It added up m a 119*. 00 eon-
Oma Berca.SoIfcBy primarily 1* coaa.rratiaa pro. still contained of The for the ruction 'Cal rive
Mpported by Gold anything yet, said a patch snow commercial : I'"ter
water, Bun will risk hi* f 10, also rrno invited New Cow Tort John goveraor H Reed Copter. 'We'd very mud ratter Ellis*, 7.'." of them were cut In New York state psrrr,11 totaled 197.000.

OCarr Jr ob a* a coaaasex of Maine and Co* .laet Joe A. Ut vtxe .Ice a aattoaal 'committee Tolpe of MaseeehMetts* to rid men M com up short..vatf the local ii I I. aler on a trip to New York 174/rro, ant It miscellaneous )
. suntan i ass IXM la Chicago la Ida plane. If* Just a Unit Aon," NEWS photos) 153.1'18. a

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.plM, Fit, T1iun4y. D..MW }, 19k 4 Khlm, bespectacled 39-ysai- Taylor It said there was "actu- Migrant Worker

old soldier trained by the mutating evidence of continuing I

French awl Americans, I* s and increased !North Vietnams .

lieutenant general who has support of the Viet Cong and : Hearing MovesOn

served a* commander. In-chief of North Vietnamese forces in,

S. Viet Infiltrated By of the South Vietnamese armed and passing through, the terrlto.ry To Dallas
forces and as his country's mln of Laos In violation of the

ltr of del...... Geneva accords of 1962" _
MIAMI -Labor
(AP) Depart.
He was ODe of lilt triumvirate The State Department sail
Reds Ambassador along with Qn Nguyen Khanh Wednesday that the evidence "I i ment hearing on importation of
foreign farm workers move
Says onto
and OM. Duong Van Minh North Vietnamese support and:
Dallas after a Miami session
which ruled South Viet Nun last Infiltration Into South Viet Nero
at whlrh Florida fruit, vegeta.bl .
summer Deior the formation of Is "extensive and (omplex" but

EDITORS NOTE A whit By SPENCER!: DAVE the present civilian government no figures were given and sugar can growers .x-
pressed a need for immigrant
House statement How to stop the Infiltration Khiem said that 60
on Tuesday WASHINGTON (AP) North per cent < i
referred to Increased North Viet Nam sent 30,000 to 40,000, has been a perpetual worry
Vietnam. support at Communist Infiltrator Into South Viet Nam the Vietnamese general staff, tary cadres and 40 per cent aro Witnesses representing work.ers'
Interests said the domestic
fighters in South Viet Nam, during the part three year and Khiem said In the Interview civilians who are trained at or.ganlzing force Is sufnclent.Transcripts .
but raft no figure* on the ex the flow continue at a stepped He added "We have been Communist cells at the

tent of Communist infiltration- up pace, Ambassador Tran thinking about this for a longtime village and provincial level,. of the bearings
which opened Monday In Wash.Ington .
In this exclusive Interview, the ThIen Khl.m said today, and we art still thinking. B "According to captured documents
will be sent to
new South Vietnamese ambas. The newly arrived South Vlt we art not able to stop the Infiltration and word from prisoner Secretaryof

Mdor to Washington lists In11.triUon ..names envoy said In an ticlu., completely, at least It of war, the infiltration Increasedover Labor W. Willard Wirtz for
In labor
figure and gives hit save Interview that the Ho Chi must b* slowed down." a three year period of 1981 guidance formulating

views on the military and poUU.eat Mlnh Trail, passing from North "We have Special Forces on 1903," Khiem said "According 4 import regulations

situation In his war-plajued Viet Nam through Laos, serveia the borders with Lao but there to the figures w* gut w* understand Hearings resume Friday In

homeland the main road of Infiltration art nut enough troops for this. North Viet Nam sent be. 1 Dallas and conclude Monday In
tween and ." San Francisco. In those area*
Our biggest difficulty 1* the 30,000 40,000people
,mountainous terrain which 1* Khiem said the Ito Chi Mlnh Mexican workers, known as
Braceros, have been admitted
hard to control." Trail begin at Vlnh, a seaportIn
North Viet Nam rHEA Radio.Telephoto) under a Congressional act expiring
fade Asked If stopping the Infiltration cro.s.slntoLao.
Do1/ would be declslv In turning at Mui Cia Pas* and run IIISTFRIA IN SAIGON Weeping hysterically women mourners gather around the Dec. 31.

C1C: d the tide of battle In South VietNam Into southeastern Lao to Important hearse IS paratroopers intercept a Saigon funeral procession for a student slain in a riot West In the Indian Florida worker area enter, British un.

KMem replied "We do supply and contentratlon in South Viet Nam The paratroopers moved In ss the procession turned into another
vV' der 1952
? a Immigration Act
JHOURS think that If w* can succeed In point at Tchepone, Muong and antilltovernment demonstration. amendment.Two .
stopping the Infiltration it will Nung and Attopu.

have a very large Impact." "Recently Con Phouml Nosa. art being used to protect the I io ported by armored cars or witnesses, Ann Draper

The problem of Infiltration Van, rightist deputy prim min. Chi MInh Trail tanks," Khiem said.d. Berkeley, Call, representing

Mon. through Sat. Sunday was touched upon In a White liter of Lao and minister ol "On the supply roads, accor, He laid this Information hade i White Guilty Citizens for Farm Labor, and

8.00 a.m. 8.00: p.m. 12:00: N. 6:00 p.m. House statement Tuesday which defense, said North Viet Nam big to the Information w* hav, been given to him personally by Gerald Greenfield, president of

followed a White House meeting ha* some five divisions- 20,000men North Viet Nam I.I using BoYle--t. royal Laotian army officers In Killing Of the Meatcutter Union, Miami,
said Wednesday that the U. 8.
between President Johnson and in the territory of Labs built Molotovar trucks from Savannakhet, one of thep. !
East Naples Shopping Plaza U.8. Ambassador Maxwell D. and two. thirds of these forces "This convoy of trucks 1* suWe're southern military bases of the Government apparently Intendsto
circumvent termination of the
Lao Jax
NegressJACKSONVILLE Bracero law by bringing MaxU
Khiem said that In the mill.
cans under the Immigration
tary Held in South Viet Nam, CAP) As Act. Both protested.Nine .
"W* are quite sure that the long a* he is the chief prosecu.

Communist art not able to win tor in Duval County, State Atty. persons urged continued
farm and
worker imports five
I the war." William A. HaUowe told a Jury, .
opposed this or asked restrlc.tlons.
1 But he said the political sltua. he will try to see that persons .
tlon still Is confused' because lull stand equal before the courts
Harold Kendall of Goulds,
agreement has not been reached regardless of race, creed or
president of the South DadeGrowers
among all political leader on a color.
unified point of view as to the He did not ask the death pen. Association, said:
"Look at of our and
any groves
best way of fighting the Com. ally but did urge the jury of 12
will fruit
you see on the ground.
munlst Viet Cong whit men to bring In a guilty
W missed market .
"11 li sure that the Commu. verdict against 22.yeu.old J. W. .IfKendall

mate will tab advantage of this Rich, a white man accused of
1 confusion to make the situation killing a Negro woman. representing what he
said was 93 cent of Florida's
more difficult," he said. After oat hour of deliberation per
Tropical Fruit avocados
Kblem said the Vietnamese the Jury convicted Rich of (
lemons and limes) Grow
1 army would never back any na. manslaughter Wednesday, grad. goes
era, said foreign workers
tlonallst political figures who do i, Ing down the charge from first
urgently needed because
not take a very clear position i degree murder. enough
1i tf I against the Communists. Th*i He will be sentenced Dec. 14 American help 1* unobtainable.
.r/.rI Wilkins Athens
.t1r1 4 Josephine ,
army would not back leader unless a motion for a new trial
Ga, representing the National
who favor neutralization "or Is granted The penalty for man.
Advisory Committee on Farm
i going along with PresidentChari" ; slaughter Is a term up to 20
Labor, countered that domestic
de Gaulle, he said. year*
labor due "to
Khlero Is a prominent Bud.> Rich was accused of firing a shortages are
failure of the employers of
dhlst and his words appeared! pistol from a car and killing

directed against the reported 1 Mr. Johnnie Mae Chappell, 33, foreign seasonal workers to of.

All Aglow With Gifts For Christmas efforts of some Buddhists to replace .', the mother of 11 children the far domestic farm and conditions workers adequate of.
the present governmentwith night of March 23. She was "
,1 a neutralist rer'me.World' searching for a lost wallet along
a street. Even a workers' representative

wind system Three companions of Rich also W J. Usery, of the Me.
I thanks Union, Cocoa, urged use
reaches up some 22 miles face murder charges
( of foreign cane cutter He saida

; study showed enough Amerl.
I i can cannot be found for this

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Shown here are a few of the 200 people that attended our North

Naples Open House on Friday. November 20th. We were pleased

that our friends and neighbors' in this Collier County area took
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and plan concerning not only North Naples, but Collier Cuntyas




.. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i, Fl. Thur....Uf, 0...'"",, I 9104 )
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So I Put On

ijJVapfcs,1 part My Walking

J3 each 1k't Shoes And. .


walking has become the forgotten -

Another beautiful weekend Walker's brother and wife, Mr. pan of the American it

Just ended and the lucky ones and Mrs. Charles Furoival, to c : way ol life. We-all got aroused ",

who came to visit over 11IAnkI- Jacksonville, Fla. 1 M this fact a few month ..
glvlrg had delightful weather. Mr. and Mrs. Warren J.D. ago and undertook a few hikes

Hope all of you had a lovely Geary and Mr. ana Mrs. raymond '"i ease our conscience, but 11tt

day with your families and loved Foster spent the day In : then we hopped back Into the .

Venice. Fla. and had dinner at I _ chariot rather than walk the ..
ones.Mr.. and Mrs James Walkerof the Fisherman's Wharf single block to the nearest mail .

94th Avenue,and theirgrsnd- A very warm welcome to Dr. box.According It
son Bill Collier, spent the and Mrs. Lawrence Morgan and to some of the articles y

Thanksgiving holiday with Mrs. their two sons who have moved we've been reading lately 'tis!

into the former Long home on waUllles better blood ,o nM
circulation' which alleviates varicose
Gulf Shore Drive Vanderbilt> REFRESHMENTS 'r\\'d' Beach. Our very best wishes Tuesday's meeting of the trmor High PTSA meeting attracted (11.1') veins, hypertension' and
various other In other
Death Penalty for many years hspplness. Alan Foster of the board member
Mr. and Mrs. Edward HaUl president PTSA : E. George Rogers, ; words, walking U good for what
W D Reynolds county :supcnntt-ndcnt ,, Dr Robert D. Gates speaker ; alls 1 r
of 108th Avenue yal
Laws In Florida cy Thanksgiving with their son spent Edward and Wallace Woodruff senior high principal. ( NEWS photo) I've been trying to convincemy k 1r

Jr. and family In Smart, family of rhisvery Impor
Being Studied Fla. tam fact. Just the other day I
Students Learn
was telling my children about

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Hating CELEBRATION More Today Says the times In World War U when

taken a stand against trying Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gar- the Sunday afternoon drive was

to scrap Florida's death penalt land of Seabreeze Ave.. Vanderbilt Dr Robert Gates a luxury unheard of. Everyone r
laws members of a special
had walked.
at work Beach as guests Dr. Robert Gates.of theSute
study commission were .
week their I could tell the expressionon
last ant, Joseph by
today trying to clarify changes Department of Education and a
Jr.. wife and two daughters Joey's face that he was real .
they would seek In the existing coordinator of the National Defense -
state law. Linda and Debbie of Armonk Education Act, told Naples ly Impressed by this little tidbit j

The basic decision not to try N.Y. Besides celebrating Rotarlans and at "Are you really THAT ...' ia
guests old?" he wanted to know, What
to outlaw capital punishment In Thanksgiving the family also their Wednesday luncheon C
Florida came at the croup's celebrated Mrs. Garland's can you say to a kid like that?
meeting that s good student will TWO'OUNG 1\I1SSF.S-The 1905 March of Dimes chud,
general session Wednesday The birthday, which fell on turkey "Come on, I said. "We're
learn ss much during the next 4 chance to sit on the lap of another
meeting broke up after' the to the celebrationfor going for a walk. Mickey Hclnlcke. gets a
members agreed each to set out day.the Adding Garlands was the announcement 111 years as an equally talented "Ah Mom, do we hafta?" famous miss Vonda Van Dyke, bliss America IDAS The two
within two weeks his own feel. student could have learned said girls met In New York City
of a new granddaughter Tlmmy.
"since 1870 this afternoon. .
logs on changing the law. A --- ---
"Miss said I
born November 24thto Harvey gotta
meeting will be held after that Gates, who was Introduced by
and wife and do homework or else..
their son Mr. my
to adopt final recommendations John Roan of the School Super
Sen. Ed Price of Bradenton, Mrs. AlexGarlsndInHonolulu. intendent's office said In the Powr said Joey
chairman of the commissionwho Hawaii. The new baby weighed year 2000 there will be available "Ty well" she's got my per. Some Heart Diseases CausedBy

voted to abolish the death in at 7 pounds, Z ounces to Americans eight timesas mission, I said. "Walking U

penalty, said he felt certain that and the senior Garlands are much as there 1stodsy. good for you. If you want to
the would with of knowledge be It I right with me.Til .
group come up now the proud grandparents lazy
e He said man will land
proposed changes In the law to nine grandchildren. on the moon and return in the goby myself." Anxiety Doctor Declares
recommend to the 1965 Leglsla. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Geary ,
lure of 104th Avenue had weekend next years. WHO'S FATI
He said that the law against Gates, who ischalrmanof and with MIAMI BEACH (AP) Some And In other cases, in<
rape might be overhauled to guests. Mr. Geary's daughterand DR. ROBERT D. GATES (I ), State Department of governor's computer com- "Kimberly ril go heart disease maybe Imaginary Interpretation uf an slertilotram '

spell out degrees of rape, so husband. Mr. and Mrs. Education, spoke to members of the Naples Senior mittee, said computers Indicate yon' said Mary. "You need iirougM on by the patient's may also contrlbm..

that the death penalty could be Ralph Kleckner of Ft. Lauder- High School Parent Teacher-Student Association there will be over quarter to walkdOll't" you Mommy'cause fears and his doctor's words or Committees worked tx'.,. '

handed out as at present for the dale.A. on the topic "Quality Education in Quantity" at million residents In the you ls fat. altitudes, a heart specialist aald closed doors Tuesday on rei >lcm
worst cases and lesser penal. plastics party will be heldon Tuesday's meeting. He was introduced by Alan Collier County area sometime "1 am not I" said. "That'snot today. two controversial subject::-t> '..

ties for cases In which there December 15 at 8 p.m. in Foster president of the PTSA (NEWS photo) between 1970-90. why I'm walking. 1 Just The patients may have symptoms tore the convention, the dude,
were mitigating factors. the association building. All happen to like walking that's ranging from chest pains rule In birth control and medl ,.1'
President Vlnce Wood wel
The committee members also ladles in this area are wel IU. Anyway run chanved my to dinginess, from fallfure to care for the aged.
were to take positions on call. come. comed four new members Into mind. I'd rather go by my palpitations, explained Dr.Juhn A report encouraging dorter'
leg a reteredum to let the people Remember the social night World Poses the club. They area WJJ. Reynolds self." W. Keyea, of Detroit's Henry to take Increased reeponaibluts
sponsored by John Rotni In prescribing birth contfidmethixla
determine whether to abolish for December will be on Tuesday So I called Betty to babysit Ford Hospital.
capital punishment, and require 8 AI Wood, sponsored by Richard and off I went armed with a "Once symptoms of this typehave rerommendud ", tnat
December 8, at
Juries to recommend the death p.m. Plttman, Roben"fIob"Combi. occurred: they penalty before It can be orderedby All are welcome for cards, sponsored by Julius lA.serl.nd; sweatshirt and flashlight. Ihadn't attires can produce a vicious cycle ,, leg maaaurea should be made
the trial Judge, reversing the games or to Just sit and talk. Challenge To Schools Frank t Kerrigan sponsored by walked more than a block of anxiety which convinces i I available to all patients who fe.i .

present law which requires the Refreshments will be served. Ad Millar Doug McGoon; explained before a car stopped besideme. the patient that heart dliease Is i I quire them, continent with Ihllr
death penalty unless the Jury The annual home-made bake members the "Can I give you s lift actually present he said. creed and mores, whether tl|.yi
recommends mercy. sale will be held on Friday. to new Miss?" the man wanted to know. Doctors should take special i, oUaln their medical ," are
The committee formally voted December 11, starting at 9:30 Declares PTSA SpeakerAn purpose and meaning of the Rotary "No thank you" I laid and. measures with patients they i I through private phyalcians i>r

84 not to sponsor reapeal of the p.m. at the Bank of Naples. 4-Way Teat kept walking. The car moved know to have some empUonu community supported health
death penalty laws. Siding with Sorry to learn that our nelghbor Present to hear Dr. Gates along with me as 1 walked problems or those with a great:, services"
speak were Leo dickering and tNt of heart diaease because of Four resolutions offering n.promises .
Price In the minority were State "
William Rice: of Vander estimated population that H. saw the future when Amer. 111 be glad to give you I
Robert Mann of Hills E. George Rogers member their family history, Keyes told to the AMA'.tradlU,a
Rep. bUt Beach has been a patientin may read well over a million leans will have to put quantityand ride to the service station If
and Leon.rdPow.ra of the School Board a scientific meeting of the al opposition! lo medicare were
borough County County )
In Collier 1980 calls "
County by
quality in balance. car 1s broke down
the Hos your
Naples Community
considered. They ranged from
American Medical As oci lUm.
University of Florida Mrs. Valera Darker, school
for education In "
He Is now at home quant "Thanks Just the same I federal subsidies for tn-
pital. private
When these lo
law people come a
profe.8Or.V It,", Dr. Robert D. Gates told JOB FOR HOMES supervisor and board mem-
1nC against abolishing It and we do hope on the mend. listeners at Tueaday'a meeting The challenge to meet the bers-elect Mrs Emokw Darren said "My car Is running durtor with cheat pains or surance to plans similar to
Nice hear from Mrs. Paul nicely rm jost walking" The breiinleasness the !health Insurance for retired gdv.
were Sen. Mack Clevelend of to of the Naples Senior High School changing future is a responsibility & and ".D. Watkins Jr. symptomsmay
Sanford, Reps. John Crews of Fltsch. of Gulf Shore Drive Parent.T..cberoBluderd Association. of the home u well as the driver looked at me like I haw already convinced eminent workers.However' .
Baker County, James Beck of that she had a wonderful tripto schools Dr. Gates pointed out. was some kind of nut before them' that (hey have heart dl. the chance of any

Putnam County and Joe Davisof WlesbadelnGermanywbere Dr. Gates emphasized the "Wbat the home teachea by talk Starvation Diet he drove on. MIM, Xeyea aald.ontetlmea being approved by the reference
Semlnole County Mrs. Way.ne she is helping her daughter "changing world we live In", and action plant. Ideas In the The night was beautiful. and patients dunt un. eutnmlltee and rtuhlng the
McCall of Ocalaj; attorneys Lorraine with die two adorable weighing not only the population future eltltens. Parents need to Takes Off 120 Ibs; black, but not as black as the. demand a doctor's linguaie. hates d delegates floor was
John Trlnle of Plant City and understand children should take and this, too, contributes to considered poor
but that
twin baby boys. The weatherIs explosion changing a. dog came barking at my _
Wallace M. Jopllng of Lake on the cool side-in the high mount knowledge pouring down up where the fathera and mothers Would Do It Again heels I like dogi-that U, Imaflned allmtnta.
contract "The mannerisms of the phy.
and Jacksonville "
City, left off. Liki-Tiki
30 degree.--cJ1lte a change open the world. The "challenge OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) 1 used to like doge Every
tor Robert H. Jacobs Dr. Gates told oran tlclin-prolonged listening,facial
to the schools and the home Is Illustrating,
McKenna who I took I could feel his
from our balmy Naples great," he said. uncle, a chemist for 40years, Patrick J. (99 lo Step espreaelons, all nave a con. Up To Her Name
trimmed his weight from hot breath on my leg, expecting and In the anile
"A third grade student today who retired but left a volume of starva. founding effect CAPE CHARLES *!>>-
MOVES TOFORTMTERS may need educational retraining knowledge for hla successor to 179 pounds on s gutsy he any moment to feel his Ions patient only serve to tell The schooner -;.J'U\: up

Sight Defects Mrs. Marie Cole of 104th seven times in his future and take up where he left off. Won diet,It said If Wednesday necessary.McKenna teeth sinking Into my skin. I hun. .that his worst fears are to her name and sank Wednesday .
do again
Avenue has sold her home and It Is a frightening Idea," said In challenging youth, Dr. Gales would 80 saw his wslst. turned around and headed for Confirmed," he said. tO must eadwiortheast of
Drive Winds Up moved to Fort Myers. The new Dr. Gates. admonished girls to "behave like line shrink,from, (4 to BO Inches home The physician must like time Cape Henry while under tow by

In Immokalee owners are Mr. and Mrs. Jam Explaining: his point Dr.Gates ladles or be struck down on the and said he would repeat the The .children were raising to reasiure such patients.neurotic the Cast Guard cutter Cherc:
es Brandon. They have two referred to farm statistics which streets." Continuing challenge performance despite the hungerhe "Cain. "Do you want to go patients are ad. kne
TALLAHASSEE l UB A maslive children. Hope they will be very reveal that there la one more to youth be prof erred question never lost and the desperate. for "Ice cream?" I yelled. and may pin some personal disabled. A Coast Guard spokesman
attack on sight\ defects In happy In our midst. Mrs. Cole farmer on the farms today than Is your light on or oft to the craving for salt he developed. "Do we hafts walk?" they vantage by appearing sometimes said the Iwo maated yacht sank

Immokale school pupils has Just and her sister,MrsMseDevls, there was in 1870 but productionIs volumes of new knowledge which He admitted he fudged on his wanted to know Keyes tins contribute says to t baste physic searats In 120 feet of water, In seas two
want to share wltbyour'
been completed, the State Councilfor 1,200 times greater. to three feet high
are former residents of Fort diet Thanksgiving Day but ei.plained "Walk? Never.. Go get In by an unwitting mlaJttfiwi.
talking about "She just started and
are leaking
the Blind said today, "Children today ''It didn't "
The Council. Collier County Myers so the city will not be a man on the moon. Parents Dr. Gates referred to his (am.Uy weight ,on me." He now weighs any the car. sis of a chest pain. trek." It. ,.IIf I IiitFM .

Health Department The Lions range to them. We wish them need retraining to keep pace of seven children, and select jes. .

dub, and private rye doctors' all' lots of happiness.It with changing education la the ed two older daughters to point The Oklahoma City newspep. Rev James Cross
participated in the program' Just makes you shudder to schools. Grandad becomes an out differences in Individuals.One er man lost the poundage Under
which provided aid to about 100 hear on the radio that about 635 old 'foce,' by not keeping abreast> a university freshman, close supervision of doctors at Guest Speaker At
children. Most were children ef people were killed over the at changing times," said Dr. speaks several languages, a. the Oklahoma Medical Re.
migratory farm workers. Thanksgiving Holiday. Instead Gaits. thieves academic rreatne..,tr.. search foundation from May I Church Of God (

The need became apparent last of hspplness there is sorrow The speaker, accenting needs vile abroad by herself with lines.The definite .. to August $1. He ate no food tin Reverend James A. CJ ::I.
aims similar
education com. along
fall when Collier County nurses in many homes over the nation. for "quality" old during he fuur. nonth period. Cross, state overseer of the
from next a It a Junior
student graduating year .
examined the of the pared a
found trip eyes M eye specialists!! Miss Debby Allen, daughter school to a manufactured pro.dud. U Ugh school "hasn't studied "suggeited After his release diet" ,prepared he went cia by Churches of God in Florida,

But trip1ef of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Allenof "A product goes on the yet1 and picks up considerablesums will be the guest speaker at
were necneary a long medical researches and 1s still
many mOes to doctors In large Id&h Avenue a senior at market and U It meets the de. U the summer time repairing sticking to It. During confine. the Naples Church of God, Friday tktQ f

cities would have been required" Florida State University spent mands of the public U is accept bicycles. "She can also went be subeMed on vitamins night December 4th.Reverend .
and the public officials. felt same the holiday weekend with her ed and returns a profit. X lathe do three turns in the air off and nonfood liquids sock as Cross has served

'am l... would not hive been parents. same with our school rradulies. > the trampoline." coffee and .? lee r as general overseer of the 1
able to afford It. Mr. and Mrs. William Hal- If they have skills de. The differences offer a challenge > drinks. Churches of God, and also Is

The council reported that a Venice llcy. of Vanderbilt Drive had mended by the public. they have U the home, in the school, The fuur. nM medical teem put president of the Penec 1
rye surgeon Dr. Douglas WUttamion as guests on ThanksgtvlflK,their jobs Is our changing society" and in society, Dr. Gates painted that supervised McKenna said etal) Fellowship of North America. -

his wife, and as optician nephew Ellis Plowman, of Nasareth. He stressed""quantlt, along out out.In addition to IIJ.awe.tanceat be was overweight Just because The occasion will be theannual .
Douglas' Burrows came to the with "quality. He pointed be ate loo mush, theChurch
Pa and Edward Ame- convention
that Americans are unfamiliar the PISA meeting, Dr Gales
terming community to make the lung of TamersvUle. pa. Both with "quantity." He wed eta. poke to the students at the high of God. The service will begin
tests at. one-fifth tilt normalcharges. young men recently transfer tletics which show that If only school Wednesday morning on the CALL THE NEWS FOR at 7t30 and the public ls Invit

red to Drake College In Fort 1,000 people were left on earth topic, "Are To Alert, to To. RUBBER STAMPS ed.
The total optical bID lor an the Gifts for wear '''g
treatments and guars was fBL Lauderdale Fla. only 10 would be Americana. morrow," and to the (Mary Club -
and Mrs. Norman Wai- ,rom. "quality viewpoint Wednesday soon, on the topic
Parents paid an but SZ73 and Mr. Gifts for B.,* why
this was made up by the Lon son of Pittsburgh,pa.,are pre- these 60 Americans would eon "Oar Children" Today and To.

Cub. sentry enjoying their home on trol one ball the wealth. morrow Gifts that v "", Ivl I

lOGih Avenue and VanderbtU Dec. 4 %
Part of the present U.s. was Drive Gifts 'for tu"

covered b important Mr. and Mrs. John Farrell Tahitian Cove Congress Inn

Ice sheets during the Ice Afe. of 93rd Avenue arrived last The Ajeitcy Wlrfc fer.e.4l Service ,, Gifts for the **""*

One moved down from Labrador week at diet borne, from their e y

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Qbt Ntw t! r Chills U.S.-Viet Rapport


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Enterprise Ann.WASHINGTON .

Good Neighbors Are PricelessThe re Ware (NEA)

of the war In South Viet Nam
on,' of the unhappy aspects:
instant and generous response of All of these people were giving of I itr I S the personal tragedy of our ambassador, Gen. Maxwell

Neapolitans to a Daily News story on the their sympathetic concern or worldly r 1 JNIt r4YIr&TT& TaA lor.few days back I wu talking with I friend of Taylor's

plight of a destitute young mother and goods because they felt like doing so Just In from Sailon. "He tries 10 bird," says this friend' "lIe
her children works 80 hard Ile t. highly InteUilent. But be can t unbend,
was heartwarming indeed. not because they were seeking credit or I "lie stands there stiffly and awesomely before people and

The paper was barely on the streets publicity for their generosity. It seemedto h asks them to be frank with him and tell him what they think

before several people all professing to us that these good people were genu !i and what' going on.

;I have the same unusual name of John inely Interested in the welfare of the "But they can.t. seems formal nor and the I distant Vietnamese and
mathematical that neither the Americans
Doe made their way to the News of. young mother and her brood. W ( ta around him.

flee and volunteered cash contributionsto It will undoubtedly please those t "Vote Vietnamese don't confide in him and 1 tell him the

be forwared to the family. This people who gave money, or professed cold facts on what's happening and what they're really

despite the fact that In recent weeks It interest In the case, to know that the As assail. Taylor can't get to grips with the real problemsand

j ha* been pretty difficult to find one's needs of the little family have been ade often ends up shadowboxing

I way to The News office, what with so quately met. This Is en indication of the
IF WFRE TO MAKE A SUCCESS of being advisers to the
many detours necessary. big, big heart the community can displayat Vietnamese, we must get close to them As one eager Viet

I A number of people, who apparently times. officer put it to me: "We've got to know each other's

could not find their way down here, It makes one feel pretty good to bea thoughts, even without saying them"
difficult kind of two-country opera
Otherwise this
telephoned to ask how they could help. part of that community, doesn't it? ; tion doesn't,work very

In Saigon a short time back I had a two-hour personaltalk
. : Not Good For BusinessIt with the then foreign minister of South Viet Nam. He
said his greatest need was for close personal American
.- friends, men he could sit down with informally, not officially
is ironic that free enterprise effectively. To remain i healthy and strong, let down his hair and get the feel of how "you" approach

trademark of the American way of life good ol' American business needs good problems
People can't effectively work together In the close way we
Is being Increasingly shunned by young young Americans who revel in the com \ must work, he said, if they stay at arm's length with formal

America as a way of making a living petition that is an integral part of business Civap meetings

Colleges across the country report today. Young bucks who will do /5 Otherwise, it's Americans ordering Vietnamese And the
Vietnamese aren't Interested in that, no matter how much
that more and more graduates are shy. their lobs so effectively and well that the they need American help.

Ing away from corporate careers to enter design of their ties will be of no conse 1itit So what happens Is that Americans work out how the war

such fields as law, medicine, teaching, quence, and whose suits can be purple 'ffttJP-RIi-- should be fought our concepts. Vietnamese convincedthe
Americans! don't understand their problems, go their
scientific research and public service, including serge if that tickles their fancy. ;w!W" own way.This ,

the Peace Corps, The most disheartening aspect of this _. .-:. is a pity, because Vietnamese are the kind of people
Why? Here are some of the reasons entire situation lies in the fact that to that Americans personally get along well with. To an amazing
degree individual Americans like and respect Individual
given by the young reluctentsi day's youngsters already have become Vietnamese and vice versa.
"Too much high pressure," such followers call them conformistsIf WASHINGTON' AND"SMALL : peopu;

"Too much conformity," you like that It apparently never in : VIETNAMESE TEND TO HAVE MORE FAITH in people
"Too much planned obsolescence." BUSINESS11 'the than ideas. They're less sold by cold logic than by whether
crosses their minds that these
they feel a personal warmth toward a man and whether they
a man In a gray flannel suit with views of business can, end will, be ,tv c'IUS, 0" ,HAtsUt neW$ feel his warmth toward them.

e Martini and an ulcer changed by a bunch of aggressive To the Vietnamese I've talked to, Taylor gives the Impression

"The design of tie makes too like After the oratory, the ihrlll But the huge Industrial complexei I of being a matt of cold facts and logic
your youngsters themselves If they claim and counterclaims, a leaking t* compel with IDS ANGELESAPActorPercy This problem could be remedied, Vietnamese have told me,
much difference. choose to do so, they can go withoutties stillness settles over the nation low labor coil nations are automating Kllbrlde, who won fame if Taylor will realize his personal handicap, take steps to
"A sales job? Who wants to spendhis wear green Madras shorts, and A decision hit been more and more, in the movies u "Pa Kettle," Is better utilize Americans who have some of the personal
mad a* to who will recuperating in a rest home
occupy he lacks.
e qualities
life in a grubby hotel room? drink skim milk if the the Whit Home for from brain surgery performed
they get up the next !It U quite obvloui that if Otherwise, the Vietnamese and ourselves will continue
This Is not the Image that American nerve to enter the competitive turmoil four yean, who will lit In the new Jobs are to be provided, It last month in a Lot Angeles ho*, fighting two different wars.
business wants deserves. But it Is Home and Senate But yet to worker are to be employed pltal.
or that makes American business the success be decided la the really 1mportant and not kept on some sort of Kllbrld, 76, was transferred
the image that apparently is getting it Is So successful, In fact, that the quei- public dole Independent enter to the home Wednesday. The
through to enough young potential business Russians have been tlon facing prlie will hive to do the Job brain surgery resulted from lr.
recently trying to the nation. e Juries suffered when he. was The World TodayBy
leaders leave seeThat ;
to corporate hiring emulate It.Those
Most economists have not truck by a train. Doctors said
ruotas going unfilled kids aren't going to have the la question thliT caught up with the fact of h* Is partially paralyzed and JAMES MARLOWE

Somewhere along the line somethinghas same America they know today if they Hw la the modern to life Too many of them unable to speak. Asseelit1 Press News Analyst
point capital expenditure by
gone haywire either in business keep shying from American tig Industry a* a algn of continued NEW YORK (AP) Thanat
away corporate .
economy gs- Khoman, Thailand's foreign WASHINGTON (API Republicans than the presidency In Con.
j Itself or in colleges where the studentsare There will be nobody left to pay the Inc I e m e e I the more good big time plant. At being one built Urn, minister, urges creation of an repudiated in most of grass, where they bad been a

forming these rather strange Ideas bills of public services, scientific research of the challenge the more Job for the future international fore to carry on the past 32 years about as thor. minority party sine 1854, thy
Whatever the effort unemployment However, today, situation la reed the fight against Communist oughly as posftlbl In American became even more of a mlnorU
1 cause, every and those other of work ,ntC W Hartftr
llnef they seemto pret {.reed. Every new plant I* designed rebels Jn South Viet 1'4 am. politics, art still confused and ty by losing 38 sats in the
need for Job for
should be made to remedy It quickly end prefer, people by entering working young force, to use automated equipment He said in a peach at the divided almost a month after House and probably two In the
1 job. for those forced out of and thus obsolete and Overseas press club In New one of their worst calamities Swat.
work by automation close up an older plant York Wednesday: that his coun. They need more than some If the Republican National
; see see try would be willing to contrlb. kind of agreement among thm. Committee falls to give Burch a
All year long the National Today the nation mutt look ute to such a force, adding selves to end their Intraparty tote of confidence when U
Federation of Independent BusInen for new Jobi from the indepen "My country would not shirk Its strife. They need a policy and meets neat month, this can be
others say ITEMS CLIPPED OTHER through its field torch, dent business proprietor who responsibilities in this matter." an attitude giving voters far Interpreted as a repudiation not
FROM PUBLICATIONSI has been conducting a survey will feel Justified in buying anew more confidence in them than only of Goldwater and his kind
on this matter and other iisuea truck to add another route NEW YORK (AP) Army has been demonstrated these of conservatism but of those
The results from more than 40,. who U able to add a few more Cpl. Dale McCulatlon, J2, of San past 32 years. sharing his views.GoldwaUr .
000 ilgned respondents 10 far feet of floor apace Diego Calif., returned to the Only; In this way can the two. said the anti.
t are moat illuminating, United States after his release party system work, with voters Burchrs on the 13&4nmbr
i e e e There can be .. employee from a Turkish prison and willing to entrust control and committee don't have enough
I They ahow that around tt%) without an employer. And If vowed h* would continue work direction of the government to votes to get rid of the young '
at the Ballon' eallmatrd 4SOO ,- there are not enough new employees log to clear his name either party at fairly; regular Tucson attorney whom h* choseto \
,000 Independent builneii there will be bigger He arrived by plan In New intervals' head tile committee after his
enterprises plan expansioncre relief roll. York Wednesday night with his Otherwise
Republicans! are own presidential nomination U
ating ever 4 new job per expanding e e e Italian-born wife and five chlldren. doomed
to remain a
so bu.I..... Projected Therefore the challenge of minority JulyAt
ever the entire Independent 1061 Is clear. party in danger of dlslntegraU that time the committee
SireN H said h had been
log altogether elected Burch
bualnci community, thin e to a four.yearterm
mean. In excel of 5,000000 Because far greater than the of four of the five charges The confusion and division at $30,000 a year, which
potential new Job. threat of the atom bomb, ore against him and "I dont wantto were Illustrated again this week would seem to give him good
? e 11* down and die now." Ho when on the sun day reason for
t any communist coalition I* the thinking h* had aright
+ j6 AP'f. This presents facts that can threat of million. of unemployed was convicted of sporting 1. Sn Barry Goldwtter de. to want to make the com
not be Ignored Simple arith In America Thl. can American dollars out of Turkey tested for the presidency In No. mtttee stick to Us contract.
metro points this out quit create a fore ao explosive that through the Army post office, veraber, stood firm against any Nevertheless, it would be *m.barraasing .
clearly Today, the 500 hug Us affect deflrs measurements and served eight months of t other Republicans' attempt to for him, the party
corporal complexes in the In term of megatrons, er any three-year sentence. lie was throw out his hand- lcked chaIr. and any hope of party unity if a
U.S, employ only 9,500,000 peo other yardstick The question treed after payment of a $17,000fine man of the party's national majority of the committee
pit the 4,800,000 indcpen. thus become this. Can the new much of which was raised committee, 38 year-old Dean him a rate of no confidence gave and
-- dent enterprises are employing Congress measure up I* the by residents of San Diego Burch. h* still refused to step Mn.
aj :30,000,000 peopl responsibility It faces
a1/iced .........../_.,,_ 2. Charles H. Percy, the d*. And this Is only part of the
tented Republican candidate for outmarching within
going on
'I; \' ;' V.EmTIIfmJA"TS.PA. rn0N governor of Illinois, said he the Republican rank,.
I v thought Burch
no longer could For instance Republican gov
/ WASHINGTONASSOCIATED successfully lead the party and croon meet this Friday and
( J I I FAD PUSSWASHINGTON called for a Chang In RepublU i Saturday in Denver to examine
j RPr eGtlrbuV I 0 D I. can policy the party wreckage and try to
Altl".r'I.REoI.ACRO Burch, fervent believer In think of sane way to ptllt back:
S 29, Frigid It 0 t L .. S TI (AP) Only Coldwater's brand of Republl.canlsm on its feet.Republicans,
i Revolted 30. Mountain L I. A.. t 6 0 Eo 28,500 of the 83,401 Job to be Is Inescapably linked have had small
6. Partly open lion CAL W I I. L DIN 6 eliminated under the Pentagon's with more than Just the sins.tor's success wooing the voter to the
10 Fag dish S 1. POllnalon latest base-closing order are I dlastrous nllUon-vote year sine 1932 when Franklin
U" I V E. A .s E. N I.
11 Abject 33, Wave of 0 held by civilians, the Defense :defeat by President Johnson D. Roosevelt won the prsidn
12 Alternative enthusiasm TAP I. .. s Eo.w .. Department reported Wednes. 'last month. cy and Democrats got over
IS Ctrl"snare* 34. Aitronaut'l .1iI R N. 0.. A C M C day. The Republicans lost more whelming control of Congress

14 Reared word v R 'f Ii N G. It 0 0 t) Th* rest are filled by military e..11e..e..e..l.e.e. .
15 Apron pan 33.11ve 0 wI. 0 u t. tot 0 lit A personnel
Th about to hear it true 17. Indian
story you aro S6. Plowed
only the names have bean than..d to protect the Innocent .* mulberry Reid; dial. W [ T. CSC: S T t N UcNamara Secretary of announced Defense Robert last Chance Remarkswe

PUBLIC SERVICE MAGAZINE U: Accomplish S7: Tare root SOLUTION O' YISTIRDAY PUZZU month that SO bases la the Unit. .. . . . ) .'Ji
19 loam de. 40 Air comb .d States and M oversea war :i SHORT NOTES: ON SEVERAL THINGS
posit form 2. Female ruff 9 Hushed
being shut down for economy
21. Cretnl* 43 Similar le 5. Earthen10 Bright
I cru stall. 4}. of the reasons. + George Cowden happened to mention that
on King artpou Colored bird
Toward Inler-Medin Standards! 25 Furthermore Jungle 4. Vend 12: Flattened at dent WASHINGTON Johnson has(AP asked) -for Presto pub. December 9 is Dr. Jams Craig's birthday Ve
44. Of the mind S. Cr. vowel. the
poletg 'agree with him that Neapolitans want
lie support for Radio Free Europe many may '
looking activities
i A conitructlv proposal medla'i scene to police 26. Limb 46. Refute 6. Father
toward reconciling the guarantee of which i* essential to our buts freedoms, 27. Modern 47 Resource om a* the vole of truth and to whip off a birthday card to ol' Jim. His
but In the ute et that .ce....* And h* jingle 16 Aw.il freedom in Eastern Europe ,address is
freedom of the prtis (Including tele 28 Mark DOWN t Mob, Wyoming, and it is our impreation -
railed for re-examination et the acUvl 11 War where, h* said, the "people -
vision and radio) with the guarante ties of all thou* Involved. There follow ruillng aimed at In I abbr MornMg: f mother. PecrGyMi 20 To such a and sane of their rulers -long that no street address will be neceaeary. -

of the tight to a lair trial has emergedIn three paragraphs from his lecture: which degree for deeper, steadier and more i .

the wake cf the shocking events w* feel merit quotation heat: r s f IS o rT e 11 Snoop natural relations with the
which surrounded the murder of Le* If photographers, reporters inter 12 Aauspmw Wed." If you're 51 years of age and hays 15
Oiwsld and Its aftermath, the trial of viewers, ntwifllm or television cameramen r//i" U Pert to a Johnson gave a Whit House teeth left then you're about At
Jack Ruby Frank Stanton President cf art, by their methods, their lack V/ grove luncheon Wednesday for ofO
the Columbia: Broadcasting System, In a of discernment, or their sal doing /' I ,f dais of Radio Free Europe, m leaat that's what, The American Dental Assn.
lecture hit March at the University\ of violence to the cause of Justice, the i* MedaU privately financed organization I says.
Pennsylvania's Annenberg School of situation should be corrected. I 'd / i* Tennu supported by public contrtbu
(:Communications deplored the lack ot If the police are pre-empting the arnica lefts. If you get plumb sick and tired of the
public policy la this country with regardto function of declaring the guilt el defendants ., "/ u" lap adaural j WASHINGTON (AP) The ;rough streets around town skip over to First
the role of electronic communications if they art publicizing con- office of Education reports 10' ,
la reporting the people happen feuions often wrongly extracted from If U &' .0 Crlhie pr cert rise U collg _rollI I'Dr Third Streets and see how smooth and nice

ingi within government aniwtrabl to prisoners, and by their actions com U rain meats In the put yar. Tb to. 1 they are. Gives one strength to wait for completion -
them. H* called for new standards cf promising the right of the accused, the r W'I" r'Jil Torture tal Oils tall I* a record J.J.O.ZM
V/: 13 of the without
V/ a
behavior by television and the press, situation should be corrected ildpl.au student \ paring program blowinga
memben of the legal profession and It there are prosecutor who do violence I In 0. Jf H Hone In announcing the figure ff&aket.
public officials. to the due process principles that V/ gaihereri Wednesday, tee office said the
After referring to serious abuse by we all prix, or defense counsel whocask 'l"/.u : 1J6 17 Of old increase represent tilt Impact + Ve still hare the Chevrolet hubcap that

the newi media of their access to the to try their case outside the court- JJ U il' 4. .. IS Proud of postwar babies now reaching MM found outside The News office. A few people -
pones station la cases of thou suspectedor room, the situation should be corrected. 19. Put o. college age "Thi impact is
accused of crime, Mr. Stanton men To bring about these corrections "a In .. 4J 40 ( hat"r ejected to ] came in to give it a gander, but found it
tioned the damaging effect/ upon the voluntary Inter-media statement of stand.srds 41 Suffij dcaottflg MX year," cJ.r- *,as not theirs. If the right owner doesn't

Uv. and liberties of those not proved and principles for fair practices. 14' In "rsps Strident entering coJ.eclor how up soon, we plan to make "caaey Ingram
guilty cf any crime. The crux of the he said -must be *volvd.M wtmerlc** 0. .) S er tie first tin tt> work towards |*
matter, b* eonUnoed "lies not In the Bsr Jo rant *.a,Rule 24 mitt *, sr.w.h..1_ degrees increased by 1" per l: pr"'not it. Be'11 sure as heck have a
cent this tall L. ; ,,&MOS, Chevrolet to fit it.tllkeNSltHt .

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I: : I 1 I, r, I i ''I11" 'lt'' If'" ..

and that the schedule proceed int Sees COLLIIft CniNTY NEWS. N.plM. FIs Thursday, Daead b t ) DM S
Disintegrating businesslike manner. s Kennedy

"Todey, people In Hollywood 1 :' '
are more Interested in making

Film Critic DeclaresBy said deals The a top than wheeler-dealers executive In making movies have," Name Perpetuate Helping Art Offer More Than Opposition I

..,..... Into the liuhurtrv Betting

BOB THOMAS integrating, and UM something ;up-'packages ton--; a buyer: WASHINGTON CAP) -President Does. Way To Win Elections
AP Movle-Televlsion Writer called thea moving on to the next deal. at
cinema is presiding
not moviesraised Johnson _
film left to .. .
HOLLYWOOD The makers are - -- -
(AP) "Art to an art but rather mov. .. ground breaking for a national
movies going to pieces?" 'asks lea diminished, movies that look their own devices, with no rulterel center that will per- KARLSRl'HK, Germany (AP) perativ. TIter did t complete
an article la the Atlantic Month.v artistic.' Movies are being steady band to guide them metes the .name of John F.KesjMtfy. .-The opposition Social Demo. about-face for the 1M1 election,

by Pauline KMI, who pro. tripped of all the 'noneasemi.Is' The Influence of European .. # \ ,, Mid today It will .ate uiKfei west Berlin Mayor when Brandt tin as their rhsn
coeds to answer, "yes." that Is to say, faces, al'. film makers has) been chaotic. '*>rtBf together the worlds of Witty Brunt are setting out to cellor candMate for the first
Miss KM, who is billed u an than, details, stories, places, ev. Working on cant budgets, KU ,. poetry tad power to the hem wti. MIlt September's general time The party adapted the
author, lecturer and authority rything that makes them en. tan and French directors have eftt of each." leejMon b\ offering the West Christian Democratic program
on films, criticises the growing tertalnlng and Joyful" been able to Indulge their own The John F. Kennedy Center GtfIIttlll'er.< more an echo practically IMsot and gained

lack of logic In movies, even the She's right, you know. The whlmaiea The results are often i .' forM Performing Arts will than a clearrut choice two mW/enyfSN.
most expensive on.f. fine cltM one thing that Impresses a re. Incomprehensible to the general ;. : rIM on the banks of the Poto. Tote was made clear at the Staying en Ins course, it has
the swift and unexplained end. viewer who sees the major out. public, but hailed by highbrow r. mae a short distance upstream party's five-day congress continued to pick up strength
ing aiof BrIdge on the River put of the studios is the sloppt.n. critics Hungry for praise, II'CHItM Lincoln Memorial. It The Saul Democrats are The most reeent polls shows 17
the garbled plot of ... of the product. Today'a American directors have sought was, Johnson said, conceived convinced that the way to win per cent of tile decided voters
"Whatever Happened to Baby films are filled with incongrul. to emulate the Europeans, with J -/ under the Eisenhower administration lIatlioMJ power Is to otter more preferring Brandt party, with

Jane";; the utter contusion of ties, pointless Jukes, technical dismal results. eneouragd by the late of the same, Insisting only that $0 per cent true to the Christian
"55 Days at Peking"; the sud. errors, and anachronisms that Miss Kael predicts gloomily: President Kennedy, and namedIn they can provide it better than Democrat-, now under LudwlgErhard ,
den clairvoyance of Cleopatra In any bright llth-grada English "Cinema, suspect, is going to r" Kennedy's memory by act ofCongress. the Incumbents ,. Mal elections have by
the dim of that name; the pus. student could correct In the become so rarlfled, so private : {,? : :, It Is a far cry from earlier and large borne out the polls

zllng story turns of"The Cardi script. meaning, and so lacking audience ... ..I":, \ .'. The center, Johnson predict. election tactics of this party, The party Is counting on the
nal." Why is this so? appeal that in a few ed, will become a living force for which for years offered an un. great middle mass of voters to

"Audiences used to have an The answer seems to lie In the years the foundations will be '.. ...... ... ..: enoouraglng art, an Institution mistakable choice and got be reassured by its new look
almost rational passion for get abdication of authority by the desperately and hopelessly that will come "to reflect and beaten. Inspired by Marxist and turn to it because of disappointment .
ting the story straight," writes major studios. Bosses like Louis trying: to bring back to life, as ; }-, ... ... advance the greatness of America doctrine, it used to advocate with Erhard and his

the critic. "Although the movies B. Mayer and Harry Conn were they "are now doing with the the. .}; ', ," that wW "')mbollie our nationalization In Industry, re coalition government. The basic
might be banal or vulgar, they despotic and crude, but they did ater belief that the world of creation Jectlon ii( West Germany's role 'Idea Is that the election will be
were rarely Incoherent. A movie control things They and their t and thought are at the core ol In NATO and other policies that won for it by it* political ene.
had to tell some story that held deputies insisted that a script be New Information \J : our c1YIl hat Ion." set It off from the Christian mica I if only It can avoid offend

together; a plot had to please. finished before shooting started, .. 'I'M $U million center wlU Democrats under Konrad Ade tog I any group seriously for the
She concludes: "Movies are that the story should be under. Available On "' .iti.. .. .... give Washington for the first nauer I next 10 month
going to pieces; they are dls. standable and the casting apt, : r.n time, a focal point for cultural After being held to about a That aeeount for the highly
VA Pension Law .\ !, ,. }., activities and the arts comparable third of the total vote in IM9, i I generalized, platitude tiled
St. Petersburg M.T.DlxOllc1 with those of other nation 1933 and 1957, the Social Demo. <,campaign program put forward

the Florida Department of BRIGHTENING THE SKY -B1anchf Dextriux's smile is at al capitals. crals decided a change was 1m I her.

ProgramllsUasi pio- Veteran. Affairs, stated today sunny as the weather In Miami Beach Fla. She'i using a Far too often, Johnson said"
TV LOG vided by stations. The I that further Information has been coral rock structure as a pedestal in this low'angle shot American actors and singers
NEWS assumes no responsibility received on this new law which and musicians must travel to
for accuracy liberaUxeft the current pension other countries to be heard.

program for veterans of World Now, he said, they will have e
War I, World War U, and the Bernauersfrasse Called stage In the capital of their own
Korean Conflict,and their widows nation.
and children.It Sen.lct Robert F. Kennedy
{ THURSDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 3 [ increases moat pension shared in the ceremonies on the

rates by approximately seven Saddest Street In World banks of the Potomac and ac.
percent effective Jan. 1, 1865, tore Sir John Glelgud and Jason

WCKT.Mlomi! NBC CH. WINK.Fl. Myers CBS CH. I with the highest rate of pension. of Robards Jr. read from the Ute
7 1 11 I 1 BERLIN (AP) They star I mass escape refugees. MONEY
((3 ON CABLE) ((6 ON CABLE) $100 to $IU per month-provided back at you with dead eyes -. The Communists began with presltWnt'i favorite speeches from and Shake.his
for veterans with the lowest In. and passage
the the
brlcked.up windows of the i bricking up doorways
6tOO News Farm 6:00 News come. high apartment houses. Behind I the ground-floor apartment win. peare..
Additionally the pension The symbolic spade wieldedby forChrSt5
6:30 CronWte their ,
6i20 Sports Hirsch Report wooden doors there Is si. does
Johnson Is the old.
allowance was Increased from same ,
6:30 7:00 Variety Playhouse lance, only rats scurry over the I ft dawned on the people mine
Huntley Brlnkley7iOO $70 to $100 monthly and a new Eastern side that the plated tool used BO years ago
floors houses
8:00 Mason where once children I on
Bachelor Father Perry pension allowance of $35 per Played. Communists were building a and half a mile down river at
7130 Daniel Boone 9:00 Password month was provided for bouse to ground-breaking ceremonies for
Beneath the windows th Virtual prison. They began
on I
9:30 of Balboa
8:30 Dr. KUdare Baileys bound veterans. the Lincoln Memorial
sidewalk are small woodencrosses. escape.
9:30 Hazel (Color) 10:00 The Defenders Veterans who are paid the aid I Under the great roof of the r- ---
Men and women fell or The first fugitives knocked
11:00 News and attendance allowance aI. Kennedy center -part of which
10:00 Kraft Suspense Th. may Jumped to their death here to, bricks out of the ground.floor
11:20 La ramieWLBWMlomt so be furnished prescription will be retractable for perform. l.
11:00 News, Sports, Weather escape communism windows. They tossed their
and medicine. nee and exhibit under
drugs sun or j
This is Bernaueretrasse..* most precious belongings Into looking for a quick and
HtSO Tonight (To 1)) Johnny This law also provides, Dixon stars will be a 1,200-seit the you are convenient
miles long In West Berlin. it'sthe the street, then
Carson (Color) ABC-CH. 10 aid, additional Income exclu. saddest street in the world. to freedom jumped orclimbed ter and studio theater to seat 1 way to get some extra ,holiday cash,
alone and amends the other In. half that ,
((5 ON CABLE) come provisions to exempt ten The roadway and both sidewalks The East German regime took A symphony many hall to accom. I call on us. We advance cash for gift shop. I
of Bernauerstrasse are In further steps, bricking up the y
WTVJ.Mloml CBS-CH. 4 6:00 Movie (To 7:30) percent of all retirement Income West Berlin. But the buildings windows of the upper floors modate 1,750 and other great 1 ping, new clothes, holiday travel-anything
and to exclude all of the spouse's hall of about the same capacityfor Nand
ON CABLE "Earth vs. The FlyIng ,on the street's east side mark Still people escaped. Men worn
((4 ) earned income, or $1200, which opera, ballet and musical everything. As a matter of fact, we lean
Saucers" ((19W--) I the border of the Communist en and children young and old, '
6:00 News Sports ever is the greater. comedy will be built within the backwards to accommodate Christmas
Hugh Marlowe Joan world. slid down ropes and jumped Into over I'
6:15 News Renick Dixon said that all veterans on facade of Ballad marble and
Taylor. Neighbors friends and rela the nets of firemen. Some 100
VA pension should be counseled tarn bronzed pillars supporting an shoppers.
6:30 -CronWte I area were apart when the made It safely.Finally .
7:30 Fllntstones (Color)
by their local Veteran County overhanging roof. Belowground I
7:00 Naked City Reds started in August 1(61 to all the windows were
8:00 Donna Reed
Service Officer, or by members there will be a parking
8:00: Perry Mason 8:30 My Three Sons of Ms staff, located at the three {1 build the Berlin wall to stop the,scaled off and Red guards ran garage for 1,500 cart. _______________ ______J
Password barbed wire the roofs.
9:00 along
9:00 Bewitched Florida VA hospitals and at his
9:30 The Baileys of Balboa The Communists evacuated teem UJI le |'0tt ,
9:30 Peyton Place headquarters office located in the House Rule
all the houses, moving the to
10:00 The Defenders 10t041ick Veterans Administration Region
Women may be seen but lining residents l to other with
11:00" News, Sports Weather al Office, St. Petersburg Beach 1,000 alowcosf
11:00 News Stewart Sports ,not heard In the BritishIlouse parts of East Berlin. G.A.C PIltfANCfi
11125 Movie (go 1)) 11:15 Wthr. ABC News"Screaming 1 of Lords (In Parliament Since then hair-raising es.capee CORPORATION

Mlml" 11:30 Les Crane (To 1)) ). When addressed, instead through tunnels and gun
((1958)) Anita Ekberg. 1:00 Movie (To 2:30)) Horse Stealing i of replying verbally, a battles have kept Bernauer.strasse WANT AD 281 Ninth Stroot, South
Phil Carey Gypsy Rose "Earth woman must write out her on front It has H
vs The Flying Gets New Twist pages. Naples, Florida Te'ephor-e'! Midway ISIS?
Lee. Saucers." answer become a major tourist sight
1:00 News En Espanol DENVER, Colo. (API IQAN ffi1' TifoiNnTo NiifTowNS I
There's a new twist to horse
thievery in this one-time fron.1 Ihr
--- - -
tier capital.
Jean McHarg reported thieves
stole a one4on pickup truck and
J| FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER | a four-horse trailer from in
front of her home Wednesday. tmas

They then drove to her suburban .
ranch and stole four prize
WCKT.Mloml NBC-CH. 7 WINK.Ft. Myert CBS-CH. 11 horses.

((3 ON CABLE) (6 ON CABLE) Miss McHarg told police the
norses were worth $29,000 and
6:15 Sunrise Semester 8:00 Captain Kangaroo the trailer rig and truck about
6:45 Sunshine Almanac 9:00 Jack LaLanne 8000. ;

7:00 Today (To 9) 9:30 Morning Report

9:00 Mike Douglas Show 9:45 Social Security Televisiott A SOLID TRUCKLOADTAMtt

10:00 Make Room For Daddy 10:00 All Star Theatre

10:30 What's This Song(Color) 10:30 I Love Lucy By CYNTHIA LOWRTAP

11:00 Concentration lljOO Andy of Mayberry TYJiadio Writer

11:30 Jeopardy (Color) 11:30 The McCoys NEW YORK (AP) Fads -

12:00 News Moore 12:00 News or trends, as they are called In ALL

12:30 TruthOrConseoColor( ) 12(30 Search For Tomorr r television -Infect public affairs

12:55 NBC News 12(45 Guiding Light programs as they do entertsln.

1:00 Match Game 1:00 Love of Life ment programs.A .
1:25 News Fairlie 1:25 News few Masons back, the vogue FRIDAY

1:30 Girl Talk 1:30 pusword was for the controversial even
daring, approach often accom.
2:00 Loretta Young 1:30 As The World Turns I paaied by a strongly editorial

2:30 The Doctors 2:00 Password point of view Those were the

3:00 Another World! 2(30 Houseparty days when NBC's "white DECEMBER 4th 1964THESE
I 3:30 You Don't Say 3:00 TeU The Truth paper" series tackled every

(Color) 3:25 News thing from Soviet leadership to

400 Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Edge of Night public welfare philosophies and

4:30 Movie (To 6:55) 4tOO Secret Storm when "CBS Reports" worked TREES WERE. CUT MONDAY, NOVEMBER: : 30th. ALL (,1'ARANTEED'
"Between Two Women" 4:30 Lary Bar Fun Glut I with hidden cameras to expose

(1944)) Van J ahnsaa. 5t40 Informacast5t45 a ment.Boston bookmaking establish ITS IMPOSSIBLE. TO GET A FRESHER. TREE.: MOST TREES !
Gloria DeHaven Lionel GolfWLBW.Mieml
Lately It "'N. the networks
Wear are. are all off OB aa armchair tourism WERE CUT 6 WEEKS PRIOR TO THIS DATE.:
6:55 Ross
ABC-CH. 1 10 I Wednesday tight CBS la I Every tree hand picked by Chris and Tallie Ellis SHOP .EARLY
(SON CABLE) news department produrtlca

WTV1.MiemI CBS-CH. 4 6:35 Eng. 4 Span News called "live Faces of Tokyo" while on vacation this summer ANI JET. TUB;
us aa hour trip around the
(4 ON CABLE) 6:45 Give Us This Day gave Japanese city PICK OF. THE CROP.

6:35 Eng. s> Span. News 7:00 Continental Classroom B was oe the whole an Inter

6t45 News En Espanol 7:30: Carousel eating vis It but the program was SCOTCH PINE
7:00 Popeye Playhouse 8:45 Fumy Company probably one of thoM trade tak.

7:30 News. Sports, Weather 9:00 Banjo Billy logs that looked a lot better la FLOWERS:
10:00 Best ofGroucho blueprint than on Mr televisionscreens.
8:00 Captain Kangaroo Price Is WHITE SPRUCEAND
10:30 Right
( 10:30
," 11:00 Get The Message" The Idea was to have five To.
"Kitt (1946) -Paulette -
residents from dUTerent
11:30 Jeopardy ( lor)
Goddard. Ray MII12:2x00 Father KnowsConows Best walks of life and social clause A PLACE YOUR OROIR .
land. how M their city from their
10:30 I Love Lucy 12:30 Hello PeaPickersIrOO viewpoints.V NOW FOR

lltOO Andy of Mayberry 'News Meld"(To 2:30) the program had stock with BEAUTIFUL NEW TREE POINSITTIADINTS
11:30 Lore That Bob 'Coast (1939) laY one of theee for the hour, M
--Randolph Scant Frances would have bee much more fOTTIO MUMS r ,
12:00 News At Noon
12:30 Search For Tomorrow DM. Ralph Bellamy. Interesting and enlightening. DOUGLASFIR AM Types .( Flower
2130". Doctors Fire peopU wore too satsy and
12t45 Cut Freiri
Guiding Light 2tS8 News With Woman's' mwh of the time 1 was hard to Ivery Day
1100 Love of Lift
Touch know whoa eye we were look
1:25 News Fleming .
General tag (trough.Procters
1<30 World Turns 3:00 Hospital el KBC's "Mr. ....
200 Password 3:30 Toung Married vU" will Mart Immediately
4rOO Four O'clock Club
2t30 House Party -I.IIIk1etter boxing for: a rvpUeenent lor

3tOO To Till The Truth 5(00 Huckleberry_ Hound Dean ,,",r. forced to nydt the SEE THEM All AT
3(2 Newi-Douglai Edward 8t30 News Stewart bow beeaaee of m hewn of u
Weather deer eondttioB. Jagger c*. .
3(30 01 Night.
starred M a high school prtaei.ptl CHRIS TALPhone
4tOO Secret Storm Mr. Vane, elBa Jaae y -

4130 MoflI (fo 6:65) rraseUew, la the title rote,

Thunder Or Sanpoland plays a jrowg sfcgUsaj tefcer.ReeomsMDded ,
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Ray Martjomery, ....r- few MS) De"'nL. CBS, 10-11 Ca ereMegan
jane Lord. House Pften. cI&r4 tlSM) .raj I 2-3752 FARMERS MKT. & NURSERY MarketMovies

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j Eagle Hoop" : + i wQ rw la, -Friday"?' Night

First Home Ice a big boost on thecoun this -

season They art seniors Buz

Rk de. Bob Kooh. and Van Immokalee
Game Slated Weeks and junior Al Hackney Indians II

Once these ex-footballer .'1I1/IH/ !'" it
For Saturday complete>> the football-basket

ball transition Naples will be

BY DAVID LYON able to run with nearly any Sharpen TomahawksFor

body Howell said Football
Naples High School's 1964- PORTS
season little more thin
65 basketball team will Its
a week so the
first taste of competition Friday ago Eagles LaBelle

night when it meets the ed.may be slow starting he add tr Cowboys . . . . . . . . ,

always-tough Punts Gorda Tlr- -

pons at Punta Gorda. OTHER RETURNEES Immokalee High's basketball hustling shooting well and 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, Nplw, Fl. Tkurto'iy, D.__ 1, .IU4
Naples will play 10 of Its 22 team hopes to make the
Returning lettermen along working smoothly as a team.
games at home this season with Clark are Ritchie Koch best of only a few days of practice LaBelle knocked off defend

the home opener Is Saturday Splngler and Morton Once and capture a victory over ing regional champion Lake Coral Gables Favorite
night against Clewlston. The"D" Ritchie makes the transition the LaBeile Cowboys In the Im- Placid In Its opener Tuesday Strong

game will begin at 6:30: from football he may work his mokalee season opener Friday 62-50. The Cowboys were paced I

at the high school gym and way Into the starting lineup, .1 \ night at LaBeile. by four veterans Mikei

the opening whistle for the varsity Howell said The big senior which does not i Coins, Steve Stinnett Mike Allen To Capture Grid ChampionshipBy
contest will sound at about forward has won two previous a football turn, has been workIng and Tom Guthrie Coins

7&5.Nlples letters In basketball! and averaged on the hoop sport since and Stinnett hit 22 and 21 points.
will try to accomplish Immokalee THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sonville Lee plays at Clearwa.
seven points s game last 1.1 y ? September. finished LaBelle and Immokalee,
what has ter. The two winners meet for
Friday no Eagle team season. football a scant two weeks along with Everglades Alva, The qulck-strlldng Coral Gables
done for three seasons-beat Cavaliers will be the title next week at a site not
Clark averaged 14.8 points a PTrt ago and practice has been limited and Moore Haven are members strong determined.
the Tarpons. The fine 1961-62 favorites to capture a second
game scored over 20 pointsin because most of the In of the Everglades Confer straight football championshipIn With Rents snd an assortment

team (HarryBlllle.JJ3.Askew, four different games and dians' cagers were on the grid- ence. This league awards two regional playoffs starting Fri. of good pass receivers Coral
John Barnes the Tarpons
) topped -
also paced the team In rebounding Iron team as well championships annually--to the day night Gables showed ability to strike

twice but in the Interven- Morton compiled a.8polnt "We may get off to a late team with the best league record Coral Gables, sparked by 6. from anywhere on the field l

Ing two seasons Puma Gorda average but scored as wr .t.n." Coach Frank Pelham during the season and to teet-1, 141 pound quarterback while bowling over all oppost.
has rolled up five In a row over said "We've the club that mid- tlon in the Region 4 race
high as 21 in a single game. got to get into wins the Larry Rents takes a 19-game
Naples. Harris led the( "B" team in basketball shape before we can season tournament. winning streak, Including a per. The Cavaliers go up against
Friday's "B" game at Punta scoring last season with 218 play well." Pelham noted that Immokalee will make a February feet 10.0 record for 1864,Into Its. a power-consclous Orlando team

Gorda begins at 6:30: with points and Bernard was close last year's Immokalee team trip down the I Keys to semlnflnal game with Orlando which basically used only 18
the varsity contest to follow +. Colonial at the Orange Bowl. men and relied almost strictlyon
started but
behind with 197. Splngler slowly came on meet Coral Shores of Taver-
Tomorrow will mark the varsity got In the other semifinal Jack. Us size and! strength to build
J to win the district ClassC nler and Marathon in ,
Into 12 varsity games as a reserve strong singlegames. a 7.1 record.
debut of ,
Jerry Koch also s reserve tournament and came withina The Indians' schedule Colonial was "really hurt "
Howell. and It will be me open- taw more extensive service .11; "t. few points of winning the regional : ( denotes league games) coach Red Kite said, when Its -

Ing night also for "B" squad and averaged more than four tournament and a tripto Dec. 4, st LsBelle ace halfback, Dannie Harrelson,

mentor Dick Thomas. points a game Gainesville.Lost Dec. 8, at N. Ft. Myers Dick Butkus was declared Ineligible for the I

Howell served for two years Rounding out the roster are from the 1963-64 Im Dec. 11, Moore Haven playoffs because of a residence i

as MBM coach under Andy Hackney regular "B" team COACH JERRY HOWELL mokalee club were three valuable Dec. 15, N. Ft. Myers technicality

Lorenuson, who closed out an center last seasonGarySharp regulars, lanky< center Julian Jan 5. at Everglades The other semifinal game }

eight-year head coaching car Dennis Fields, Glenn King and Williams,forward Bill Driver Jan 8, at Alva Signs With matches look alike teams

eer here last season. Lorentz Weeks. It's U S. record In the pro amateur and guard Lamar Pollock, Jan. 12, at Lee Coaches Virgil Dlngman of Lee I"
AgainstRest and Earl Brown of Clearwater
son-coached' Naples teams accorded .
Principal losses from lastyear' prelude a seren.under.parsi.34.es. all by graduation. Jan. 14-16 league tournament both teach conservative type
100 victories against team were three Two returning starters lead at Alva Chi BearsBy
only 45 losses and Howell alms regulars Of WorldIn belt low.score honors 62 football, stressing defense .'
to maintain this winning David Pease,Buz Berson, wn-o: : Palmer: and his amaleupartner ; the Indians this season guard Jan. 19, Cypress Lake The tc Generals; (7.11)( ) shut out
tempo. '
and Marty Bowen averaged Howard Clark of NYork Harley Thomas and forward Jan 22, at Naples MIKE RATHET five nine;. opponents and yield
close to 10 points. Pease and Canada Open president of the tnternationai Jerry Rutledge. Thomas Is 5- Jan 29, at Moore Haven Associated Press Sports Writer ed less than six points a game

PROBABLES Berson graduated and Bowen r Golf Association.Nlcklaus : 10, Rutledge six feet, and both Feb. 2, LaBeile Dick Butkus, one of the prime The Tornadoes (81.1) blanked
Probable starters for Naples a senior this year Is ineligi KAANAPALI.,, MAUI, Hawaii had an Individual 72, are seniors. Feb. 5, at MarathonFeb. targets In the multi! mllllon-dol. tour of 10 teams while surren.

will be 5.. senior center ble because of a technicality, (AP) was the defending Runners.up to Palmer were Joining them as probable 6, at Coral Shores lar pro football war, will sign daring less than seven points a

Steve Clark leading scorer on Among anticipated returning champion United States, with Bruce Devlin', Australia 69, and starters are 6-1 Junior center Feb. 9, Everglades with the Chicago Bears today game
last year's team that won 12 lettermen for Puma Gorda Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick at 70, Ted Makalena of Hawaii Don Daniel six-foot junior Feb. 16, Naples and end several days of Intrigue Clearwater with an option.
and lost lOa forwards Randy this lass, against the world today and CheM Bayed of Egypt guard Larry Williams and six- Feb. 19. Alva in which the New York Jets running quarterback, Barry ly.
Harris and Hill Splngler. both yea arehotshootlrgguardDave Richard with the start of the pres. The United Sates team faces foot senior forward Feb. 23, LeeBoxing's tried to lure him into the rival one, and a strong fullback Bill
and Larry Day
S.I. and guards Bill Morton Funk Giles tlge-puked Canada Cup golf stern opposition in its quest for Williams "B" ball American League on a lateral McBride, scored more oft.n.pUlnC ,
Herb Baerwaldt Bill James played squad Lee with
and Tom Bernard11 and 6- matches. a seventh victory from such na. from Denver. up 191 points. ,
9. Tom Isherwood and Tom Pud Twoonan teams representing tlons as Spain, South Africa, last season and Day saw action Hall While the National League an attack led by quarterback
Howell elskL Chuck Field Bruce SS nations plus twosomes from Canada Australia and NewZealanJ in several varsity games. won the struggle for Butkus' Beaver Lanler and halfback
plans to s
1-3-1 offense employ Smith and several other boys Hawaii and Puerto Rico, were to list a few Other non-lettering return Of Fame To Get services, the American League Terry Eagerton scored 123.
utilizing a have moved up from the "B" set to tee off over the lush green ees along with Day are three pulled even in signing competl. The state playoff system was
double-post pattern. He has team, and the Tarpons appearatrg acres of the Royal Kaanapalt seniors.Rex Ashley Billy Skinner 5 New MembersNEW tlve first round draft choices Inaugurated this year In the

been drilling the Eagles on the this Golf Course, one that measures andJunlorBondurant.Jun- YORK (AP) Boxing'Hall s when the Houston Open signed Class A division
fundamentals of this offense in year 7,218 yards with par 38.88 72. Area Basketball lors Mike Warrlner and Chuck of Fame has five new the league's No. 1 ..lecUon- Lake City ((8-0-2)) plays Venice

the limited time since: the end VARSITY ROSTER There will be IS holes each Friday-north Fort Myers.Naples' Carson round out the squad. members Lou Ambers, Jim Baylor pass-catching whiz Lar. ((8-2)) and WUdwood ((10.0)) at
of football season. Players also day concluding Sunday. doubleheaderat Daniel Is the Indian Braddock, Georges Carpentler ry Elklns. Hollywood Chamlnade ((7-2)) in
have Worked No Kt Or '0.. The Canada put (Into! play junior high only over Butkus' decision the Class A semifinals.
on running', shooting Cup Naples Men '' first six feet and the Ted (Kid) Lewis and Sam Col. to join the
gym, game reserves are
80 Steve Clark M II C tlrir
and fast-breaking. In 1983 as an emblem of Iyer. Bears- major score for the r ,
40 Randy Harris 6.1 11 F international good will through 4:30.Friday: not t.U.Pelham. Their selection National League In the battle
The coach said the Eagles will -Naples varsity at Pun. announcedWedne.day. t
10 Tom Bernard 5-9 11 0 the medium of is the hopes the team can for big names
golf big ame almost
be brings to 62
this the
a running club ta Cords, "B" 6:30, var.
year 30 Bill 6.1 11 FIS game make for lack of
Splngler prize B Is determined by the up height by number of fighters In the Hall. simultaneously Wednesday with
working the fast break when- sty 7t4S:
Bill Morton 5-11 11 0 total scores of the two players.The the revelation that Denver had
ever the time Is right. This M Bus Ritchie W II F companion award Is theInternational Friday-Immokalee at La. traded Its rights to the standout .(
could be often depending on 88 AI Hackney 6.2 11 C Trophy which goes Belle. Illinois linebacker SECR
the success of Clark and the 14 Bob Koch: 5-1011 QSO to the low medalist 'ridlJ-lverlade. at Clew At his home In Champaign

other front-liners In getting Van Weeks 8-10 IS 0 falmer' and McklatuJ won the bean.oturdsyClewlelon 1 re'e! ?,' m., Butkus told The Associated
the ball quickly off the defensive 39 Gary Sharp 8-11 11 F Canada Cup last year In Pal'll. at Naples Preasi"Yes
SS Dennis Field lieU 11 T-C B" game 6:30: varsity 7:48.:
backboard and while Palmer has yet to I definitely hive '
Saturday-everglades: at alar ndup
Though Clark Is the only 44 Glenn King lieU 11 F capture the International Tro.ph" ath 011.I s"C', decided to play for the Chicago

member of the probable start- he sounded,, i. warning, Bears and definitely will sign D
When the Cotton Bowl CUsale I "
Wednesday.Arnle with them.
Ing lineup who played football 11 played on New Year's [Day) with an abbreviated In Denver Broncos President ATLANTA (APteve)) Spur.

four other gridiron performers 750 uihera and gatemcn arc required version of his famed army at Naples Junior Cal Kuns said Butkus wanted to n.r. Florida's sparkplug quarterback .
jre counted on to give the Eag to Hindi the crowd his heels, broke the courseIIVEIETTER v r play In a big city "so Denver and Joe Graham who
gave Its rights to him to the looks to be another In a long

High PreparesFor New York Jets. I can't say anything lite of fine Tennessee linemen
top this season's All-Southeast.
t- right now about our deal
( with New York! ern Conference sophomore toot.
N. Ft. MyersNaples Butkus disclaimed any ball team

R knowledge of the transaction Spurrier, who earned the star.
make Junior High's basketball I ". really don't know anything ring spot In the Gator backfield

every day teams hope to follow r- about that," he said. .I. have during the second game of the
season, Is a rugged
not talked with from the e.toot.J,1t3e
their good beginning Tuesday anyone
r a up Jets" pounder from Johnson City,
by winning again when North I Tenn, who does
everything well
ButkiiS was a first.round se.lection
? holiday Fort Myers comes to town Fri /Z of the Bears while the Coach Doug Dickey of Tennes.see .

day afternoon r Broncos, who had traded away says he Is counting on Or.
Coach l Keith Blight's seventh their No. 1 pick In the AFLdraft ham, a Sol, 218-pound tackle ;

and cighthf rede team will tip ''ws made him their first pickon from Fayettevllle Tenn., to it
off against the Red Knights at the second round. t take up the slack that will be

4i30. The freshmen of Coach The on.re. signing their No.1 left by the graduation of AU.
"' s draft choice tor the fifth time In America guard Steve DeLong.
'' oWrrt r Tennessee
'WWi and Alabama were
sis ,years whipped the NFL'
second game at the high school Green Bay Packers for Elklns' the only schools in the confer.
placing two
a services while reuniting lastyear's players on the t
,popular gym. sophomore learn selected by The ,I,
sensational Don Trull toElkin.
Tuesday,the Naples teams .' Associated Press' regional AU. }\
passing combination.
.pnctigel rolled two season-opening vic America board. Others having "
Trull, now a rookie with the
tories over Lemon Bay of Englewood one were Mississippi Tulane 1
'preferrednQk was the Baylor quarter.
The seventheighthgraders back In ms. Besides TruU there Georgia Louisiana State, Flor.
wary &1-8. and the were other lures for Elklns. According Ida, Kentucky and MlsslsaloDl

freshmen followed\ a similar to the Houston Post, he 'Stale

pattern 6416. North Fort My- signed a contract calling for a and Ranking Spurrier right behind Graham Iy y I

en probably will field stronger BATTLING FOR REBOUND In Tuesday's Naples- $33,000 bonus and three years at little Marcus la Abodes the voting, a was i
teams than Englewood did. $ 0,000 a year a $125,000
Englewood freshman left Bill
game are, from package.Elklns'. Mississippi state halfback: who
Knee of Englewood,, Fernando RUero of Naples. signing gave the AFL la dreaded by the opposition al.

y John Emburv of Englewood, and Mike Sharp of a 2-1 split with the NFL In the 'reedy because tt Us ability to

THE Naples Sharp has only one hand up but he signing of players both leagues break away tor the long gain.

appears to enjoy the advantage this time Napleswon drafted on the first round. Rhoden who carries but 160
I pounds oo a M
the game,, 54 16 and will\ play again at home r from! Maeelennv, VieA.frame, .. .halls,_
tomorrow afternnnn mn (I"" VA'\ 'S .Fr. .a' ,.,.-

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t \,', -.i.! ." ,It,n'a.)',, .., Gold Reserve Ratio To

Money At New Low Point F 1 ,

vember Is laid to Its use to sustain ,
the dollar and the British/
AP Business News
i Analyst pound In the financial crisis thai t rra
1y NEW YORK (AP) V.'S'. hit a climax last week with

Treasury gold stores have JS.blllton bailout Internallonafund ..1 I
dropped for the first time this,
for the use of the Bank m t
vear. TIll dip is slight but Imu..h
England ss needed.
bigger decline In gold's The V... Treasury has i>eei
role as barking/ for the dollar l s
n very expert In halting a golf,t
taking place, fti ratio to the .
outflow Ms( year, through an internatloMU
!r 1 1F Federal Reserve note and de agreement to no i f'y
posit liabilities It is set up to''teet currencies and reserves.
1 back the gold has I
But the balance of pa'mlll1Ud.nctt
slipped muc h more than the W-
continues some $2 Ml
physical loss of metal Indicate
lion this year And the threat oi r
That i is because the moneysupply the .use of theee foreign.hold
has grown It takee more dollars to buy U.S. gold .it-.
gold to hack It at the legal rat, mains. LAI I
of 15 pet cent. The actual ratio
Foreign governments and yen.<
of gold to money now is down I tral banks hold better than $12
to 28.6 per cent, compared with, billion In short-term dollar tut
47.4 per 1958,
turn In to the UA Treasun r ton i iold. u
In the sli years the Treasury ( P. i i

has lost much gold because of Its gold balance at the end of _
the deficit in international pay November was $15,4 billion. r
r laments At the same time the
down about $200 million from +
money supply has grown, and the year before. +
)E SHOT heard 'round Golden Gate" was ex and resident engineer : Buik Kidii, in charge of the result is the drop In reserve Excess gold re erv'i-that is

iled by Edward Pacelli, vice president of Gulf home construction GGE ; and Phil I Darin'shire, ratio to the lowest point yet those above the 25 per cent required .,

rican Land Corp., opening the Golden Gate Pro at Big Cypress. Hack row (ti-c I i ) Wes Downing reached. to back the current,\_

f Course at a special "christening" affair held county\ commissioner. ; Connie Mack Jr., vice Bankers are now talking of a now stand at $1.9 1 billion, compared .
week. The course opened for public play president GALC ; Toby Carroll attorney GALC ; complete vanishing of any surplus with $2.8 billion a year

erday, December 1. Watching the ribbon-cut- Glenn Allen, County Commissioner; Dewey Polly, years In, Some reserves think In the two legal or three re. ago. The decline reflects the

shot in the front row, from, left, are : Bill County Commission chairman ; Claude Grimm qulrement should be lowered below rise In Federal Reserve note
deposit liabilities
evict, pro at The Moorings; Gen. C, E. Jung sales manager GGE ; Frank Unkeless, salesman 23 per cent before speculators more than In the fairly minor much TelephotoTE.tM I

aging director, Golden Gate Estates; Joe GGE; and James Raskin, sale manager Cape take advantage of any loss of gold !Itself I. TK:,VM. TKM: -The> want to keep fool ball. A crowdof
jch, project engineer for GGE; Bill Vach, pro Coral. nervousness as the limit Is The gold reserve's role In the 700 I 1'llI\t'rllly of Detroit students staged a protest' at the
olden Gate ; Tom Weber, vice president GALC neared. Others think the gold domestic economy will Increas. Michigan ,Mhool,: over the decision to discontinue Intercollegiate

backing for the currency shouldbe Ingly become an Issue as opposed football One group, pictured above tore down the
dropped(> entirely as an obsolete to the recent past when goal pouts it Titan Stadium and raised them over the portal
isiana Coach BasketballBy Fans Wonder If concept. Its role In International balanceof of one of buildings, .,
College The decline In UA holdingsof payments got prior/ consider
the metal in October and No. at Ion.
(plains Teaming Bobby Hull Can

TED MEIER last five minutes after the Leop.ards .

I | Is Off Associated Press Sports Writer rallied to within one pointat Hit Sixty GoalsNEW
AlLAmerlca Bill Bradley of 88-87.'
Princeton and Deve Blng of Syr. Blng tossed In 20 points and
DN ROUGE, La. (AP) acuse displayed their basket handed out 11 assists In leadingthe YORK (AP) Can More the
|timing U off," moaned ball finesse to the nth degree, seventh-ranked Syracuse Bobby Hull hit 60 goals 7 on way

State football Coach but the headlines went to Mary. team to an easy lI'7oGUrtumpil The Chicago Black Hawks'scoring
star just laughed when
McClendon. land's Nell Brayton. over American U.
arc U the worst physical Brayton nipped In a 40-toot Kansas State, No. 8, the only the question was put to him
of the year," groaned Jueltour ; Wednesday night after tII.H..ke .
oneJiand push shot with other teem in the pre. euon !
football Coach Ray seconds left on the clock to Associated Press Top Ten to had played a 34 tie with every day
down in Gainesville, give the Terps a 72.71 victory play, whipped Crelghton 08.82 the New York Rangers
two coaches are getting over Penn State. It was the behind Jeff Simons' 21 points Maurice Richard, who shares
I for a Southeastern Con. the one-season NHL scoring
highlight of Wednesday
night'saction Tennessee rated title threat
e game this Saturday collegiate hardwoods. mark of 50 goals with Hull and
on (in the Southeastern Conference
I that will settle second Maryland led by 7047 with 29 and Texas Teen favored to win Bernie Geoffrton, said Wednesday Thanks for !
|in the SEC behind nation. seconds left, but Carver Clin.ton' the Southwest conference, Impressed that the Chicago star has waiting
the speed and
amplest Alabama. The basket and two free throws In their openers The strength scoring
postponed by Hurricanewill Volunteers ability to bit 60. Hull scored 17
by Ray Saunders put the Nltta. crushed Richmond
be played at ISU. ny Lions ahead with 11 secondsto 9746 as Red Bobbins scored II goals In Chicago's first 18
u've got to fight for your go. Then came Brayton's points The Red Raiders walloped -games
Tiger Stadium," Graves game.winnlng oneJiander\ from McMurry 114.70 behind The Rangers, victims of four Your wait for one of these new 1965 Cherrolets ts about Ol'er-
Hull goals In their
|yone Wednesday who has the pat.nacorl near Bradley mldcourt.paced Princeton's Ivy Norman Ttupln's Reuther's 32 20 points points.Bob led meetings with the first Hawks two, and u'e want to thank you for your /xilience.; Come see' us now.

can explode( 30 points anytime on Ole," triumph League over champs Lafayette to an with 83.74'2} Yale to and a 77-71 Ohio victory State over routed Colgate seemed that determined 18th goal not New to York surrender When you get behind the wheel, you'll be glad you waited( !

red McClendon. points He got 10 of them In the South Dakota 88.54 on a CO percent Coach Red Sullivan assigned
| Tiger bossman has point. shooting ,Bob Nevln and Donnle Marshall
that Florida whipped I to shadow the hefty Hawk and s4
|* lppl 80.14 earlier this ''N EAST i I they did a commendable Job.

banding the once proud Sports Briefs Syracuse. 127, American U' 97 "If.'. a tough man to cover,"
Princeton 83 Lafayette 74
nighty Rebels their worstqn said Marshall. "You cant take
the gridiron in 11 Penn 100, Rutgers' 75 your eyes off him for a second ,!f--
Yale 77, Colgate 71 I
HOUSTON (AP) Outfielder He'll shoot from the blue line \
on the other hand, Frank Howard of the Loa An. Harvard 100, Amherst 84 and be on the net every time. ;) .". 1"-" "

ked past the Rebels 11.10 gales Dodgers was as good as Temple 72, Gettysburg B9 There rent many you have to ..... -, .tl.1.
anti' twcwpolnt conversion pass traded to Houston when the Maryland 72, Penn State 71 worry about from out there"
I Billy Ezell to Doug Mor. principal owner of the Texas St. Bonaventure 78, Quincy 84 The tie moved the RangersInto
i the final minutes of their club stepped In and killed the Delaware 88, Johns Hopkins a thlrd4>Iace tie with Idle -,
ireen night battle here. deal, the Associated Press 84 Montreal and kept them three
kTe'd better be ready," Me. learned today.Houston SOUTH points up on the fifth plM"II&.k.
said "And I General Tennessee 97, Richmond 69 .
mean Manac.rPaul ..
from the start We've had Richards and Dodger Gen. Florida 68, VMI 59 -

ij long touchdowns scoredus oral Manager Butzle Bavasl Navy lOt, West Maryland 60 --.. .". : ;
on the very first play reached agreement on a trade MIDWEST Stetson DownsPresbyterians 1 ",, .Kpart Cesp/
[Kentucky and Mississippiand that would have brought How. Kan. Slate 96, Crelghton 82
we cant afford to let ard to Houston for thlrd-btse. Dayton 93, Niagara 64
[,happen again." man Bob Aiprctnonte and pitch.er Ohio. 6t 86, South Dakota 54 Thin one's the yearn* h.iiHl ,<"mi'si 1 ruling(, itxi, I, u-iyhinK' ( uhnut I it smacks;
way Graves talks, most Ken Johnson, The AP was SOUTHWEST DELAND (AP)-The Stetson OD Chevrolet/I surprise., It'" (longer, unln, lowu" of t.x|*.ntivem" '* \ fete," thing-its

i i better players will hobble told Texas Tech 114, McMurray 70 Hatters took advantage of free Swankier, more. uparioun, ,,nmolhir,, (hivmlti,' pry'"
Tiger Stadium Saturdayon throws and kept control of the

I crutches Just to sit on WASHINGTON (AP) As ball Wednesday night to down "
Washington stumbled and fum. Ron Clarke Of Presbyterian 8446 in basketball.B .
I ch..aid linebackers Jack was Stetson's defensive\ L. ew, '
bled to four defeats to open the .
and Ron Pursuit, halfback National Football League sea. Australia Breaks game that saved the day when ..,. .. .

J Knapp, tackle Dennis Mur. son, many Redskin fans decided World's Record the offense bogged down In the ; y4 r
land end Charles Casey are Coach Bill MePeak had been second half the Hatters picked -
lUll)' burt In addition, star swindled when he swapped MELBOURNE Australia up 27 points In 94 free throws to -

terback Steve Spurrier, quarterbacks with Philadelphia. (AP) Ron Clarke of Australia take a lead Presbyterian could. .
-- -- --- -
BW Rlchbourg and half. Sonny Jurgensen couldnt find mashed i the world record for nl touch. -

Allen Poe are doubtful his receivers. And when be did, three miles tonight, running the \\
ters.fcbott. they often dropped the ball. He llstance: In 13 minutes., 7.6 sec. .
didnt connect for a touchdown c The time was J.. seconds r 1''r

until the third game, only twiceIn faster than old record set by / .
Takes Top the first four Murray italberg of New Zee.
Today, there has been a ur. land In 1 1941.
lass A Honors prising turnabout. ICcPeak now The Australian long-distance( At Ij, I 'air' ,d. I I volt/ fI', nil, ,n i > ,,i ", >/-h ,rnlb. .IV'( After. all,

Is regarded as a hero for .i I II; ,M-- rh." u'l. i 'in*' 'thiiu Hal i make a

i Beach Club Play Ing the 30.year.old former Duke field, which Included Halberg. "i'i| 'to :t\,41<> fil'|' \ "I (ilnl. f htv.lli "i I h'v.lk'A.L'

Tom Abbott won Class Atop University quarterback, named
Associated Press Player of: the
x>re In yesterday's weekly
'log of the Beach Club Men's Weak Wednesday.
Gals i'
( Association. Competitions Palm River

honors NEW YORK (AP) Nobody
for low net and Brave Cool Winds ._
bott shot two-underi> 70. drafted Pete Gogolak In the Ha. 1
There was a three-way tier tlonal Football League last year Sixteen members of the Palm .
second honors Indus B took a strong sales talk to River Women's Golf Association .,.1 : :
pace J' _, :"
convince the Buffalo Bills they \
\ shared by OJ. Stevens, Irs b'IYed the coo winds Tuesday
the Hungarlanor
should take \
belle and Ray Ellen, Their place kicker from Cornell Is the rr mIng, -participate: METERED kv
bores were 71, 12th round of the American a blind bogey tourney sponsored '. 1 1 '

E.V. Brumflel with 69 and ,ootballlAl(1It draft, by "Ie w association.

''If: Woodlll with 72. copped Buffalo .has been thanking/ ,Us Grace; Blizer. and' Marly* ...I&iI U. -y.

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1 COU.IM COUNTY 'I rl j Council+ Golden Gate's Ar

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I .mmokal News

BusinessDr. Drainage Eyed
,tie p? Bonita Erne Bartley Unlvcr- -::... -,- By City CouncilGulf

TOW airy of Florida toning expert. Brlde-elect MlM Sandra Floyd crlve one night this week. Mr*. The or
Br HAS WEAR will be in Naples December 16i of Madison, Oa, formerly of Betty Curry, secretary of the American Land Cor
-- I i to discuss the City's proposed Immokal, war honored at tea drive, reported that U of noon poration's gigantic drainage c By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Saturday December 8, beginning Friday night, December 11. new wring ordinance at a joint Friday afternoon by Miss Jane Tuesday even businesses have program received some attention -
at 10 a.m. the annual In the Library Building the Counch Zoning and Planning Sherrod at the residence of Mrs. contributed 100 percent. The from Naples City Council RANGOON Burma (AP) -s
Woman's Club bazaar will beheld "Friends of the Ubrary" of Board meeting W.D. Roberta Miss Floyd and firms are: Bank of Everglade, Wednesday during discussion Twenty-sU passengers were
In their building with an Bonita Springs will hold their This meeting will begin ATOM Meal Jolly win be married Tony's Pepper House, Royals of a proposed salinity dam killed Wednesday when Comma,
December >0 at the First Baptist Supply,bnmokalee Tavern
attractive luncheon served first meeting of the current shortly after Council adjourns Fred's Sanders across Gordon River. rust guerrilla mined a bus near
It session that Church in Madison. DuatlngServlc, the dam Is to Tawny, 300 miles southwest of
season of
regular day.
,, beginning 8 Purpose
are at and
noon. All committees urged p.m. Receiving with Miss 8h rrod Frank's Truck Stop.
to report an hour early, and President Dr. Vincent Guy A mld-momlng adjournment is and Miaa Floyd were the brt9e. Chairman Tony Roabough co. prevent salt-water Intrusion of Rangoon.After the mine exploded the
those donating" baked goods are and Mrs. Francis Waters of anticipated because of a short lect'i mother Mrs. R. B. Floyd chairman Bill Price and secretary the City's water supply wells.A guerrillas hiding nearby
asked tobringthem to the build Estero will show some of the agenda. Bartley recently submitted and Mrs John R. Glddens. Mrs. Betty Curry are well pleased temporary dam across the tripped the victims of all val.

ing as early u possible the day exceptionally fine colored a 42-page 100-polra Charles St. John attended the with having reached beyond the river at Goodlene Road was uablea and cut off the ears of
of the sale. slides from their col ecdotl. critique of the new code as bride's book. The party rooms $8,000 mark In the drive,and are proposed by Council,which asked dead women to remove their-
The chairman. Miss Rudy' These picture*of wild animals compiled by the zoning! group! were beautifully decorated with confident their goal of $13,050 for a permanent concrete: earrings.
Banker, asks that workers Mon and bird life were taken In their and revised by Council. fall colors. The dining table will be reached by Friday night facility farther downstreamthan
S overlaid with an antique linen when the campaign comes to Its In an engineers'repon
naturalaurroundtngjinjFtortdaand ,
hand the preceding Frtdaj) cloth, featured an arrangement of official close here. h
her Include scenes Fbh Dedication of the new community read Wednesday.
afternoon along
to help arrange yellow and bronze chrysanthe. BERLIN (AP) Two East
Christmas theme throughout. Eating Creek. The public Is center In Gambler Park m urn.. Silver appointments SEE RELATIVES "We don't really know what's German border guards were

Sunday December 6th, at the cordially Invited. has been postponed for a month used. Assisting with the hoa.pltalltlei .<, Rev and Mrs. George Sellers "going to happen when the full 'Caught: by their Communist
American Legion Home Just off by City Council. Mayor Archie were Mrs. Roberta, spent last week In Georgia visit. effect of Golden Gate's WRINGER William Hon comrades early today as they
Beach Road a special steak din MRS UPHAMDBPLAYS Turner said Wednesday that Misses Cecelia Black, Mary Gld log relative They visited her age program makes Itself of Sugarcreek. Ohio en tried to escape over the Berlin
ner will be served from one to The present display of paintings Lester Morris, whose $15,000 dens, Helen Renfroe Karen Ro.b father Ben Ragen, In Thomas Councilman Joel I< riding his washing ma. wall, West Berlin police report
four for a donation of 1j2.Q0.This In the library Is the work gift helped make the building rts and Leigh FrUtell. The vllle, his father In Carlo and on said The land It is driven by a 1,75- ed.Two
Is sponsored John/ MurphyPost of a. Naples artist Mrs. Elsie possible will not be In town hostess' rift to Miss Floyd was to Albany to visit a daughter firm has a wide canal motor steers by guard discovered the
by a silver ladle 1 and son.ln4aw the wringers (at left) pair hiding near the border fortifications
n her chosen and Mn.Cl'd. -
|309 and the public Is in 'Dorey Upham. Born In Newark, on December IS, originally- Into Gordon River
lever works clutch
pattern.Mr. Smith. They came back a as In the north of the
Ohld she makes dedication date. from CarlbbeanGardens
vited. Tickets are available now Naples planned and Mrs. Roland Walker through Jacksonville and visited pushed to left and city. Apparently they were wait.
from any member. her home. She studied at [)en- So Council moved the ceremony and children Andy Becky and a son Douglas Seller Kuperberg manages. when pushed to right. Ing for a chance to climb over
_nlson University, Columbus to January 16 at 2 p.m. Cindy spent the Thanksgiving Monday, December 21st will The councilman said transformed his vintage to West Berlin.
School of An, Dayton Art Institute Turner noted that the December idays In South Georgia with his be charter night for the Immoka. press swamps formerly into a vehicle for a

Ohio State University, date also conflicted with sisters Mrs. Wallace Sharpe lee Jaycees, u the state presl. ing north and east of festival parade LONDON AP Prime MI" .
Miami Man Hurt and With Guy Wiggins! of Lynne, holiday plans of persons who and Mrs. Robert Brogden dent Installs the elected official are dry and "the later Lai Bahadur( ) Shastrt of"

As His Car nt wRight (:om. She has become widely had planned to attend. In their various office The event ciety may wind up with India arrived today for a three
known In art circles,having had S e e MORE STUDENTS will take place at the high dry hole In the Attending day visit to London his first to
Front Tire n merouseddbltstoOhioConnecticut City Council at Wednesday's They Just keep a.comIn-8tu. school auditorium at 7:30 p.m., Corkscrew Swamp On the Western world. .
New York and Florida. meeting officially appointed dents that 1st Principal Frank with members and their wives In "because all the water Is Meeting Shastrl Is .seeking British
Joseph Kallveraon, 29,of Miami Naples and Florida regard her Clayton Bigg to the Zoning and Warriner reported they enrolled attendance, along with' special Ing out to the south" SystemA backing for a new Indian cam.
was seriously Injured at work highly. Elsie Dorey has Planning Board and James Bellto two new student Monday and Invited guests from Naples\ and berg said. palgn for a total ban on atomic
about 6t40 o'clock this morn- been this brings their total to 369. surrounding areas.A He wondered whether Citizens' Conference on weapons to counter the Commit
'awarded prizes for her the Zoning Board of Appeals.
., '
Elementary principal W. E. New.sane new lca president be Judicial System spon.
when the 1963 Chevrolet nist Chinese nuclear threat.
ing paintings" by the An The members the fresh water head
League new are filling reported they enrolled 24 elected at next Monday' regu. by the Florida Bar As.
station wagon he was driving of Naples and the Federation of the unexplred terms of Nick new students and this brines their lar meeting to replace Herman swamps would hasten will convene at 5 p.m. tri Indian also source to leek Indicated Shas.Brit
blew a right control tire causing Women's Clubs'of Florida. Walllngford, who resigned from total to 948Mr Spooner who Is moving to Sara of Naples' present and In Jacksonville,for a three. I'll' economic plan assistance.more
him to lose of the Realism and\{vibrant colors both bodies because he will be *. Sam Heath spent the sots to take a position with the tial well fields. Gulf session.
car u he was traveling Vast" are characteristic of her work absent from the city most of weekend In St. Petersburg with Gulf Life Insurance Co.. for can has built a salinity Norman Herren, Collier

on the Trail near Ochotee1. ', >nc| the\ three lovely flower arrangements next 1"!. her sister Mrs. C.A. Roberts. which company he has worked the across the canal a short '* representative on the WASHINGTON (AP) The
He first aldaswlped/ a pttm and the Charming1 Council recognized Walling- There will be a Girl Scout past three years. tatty east of Its mouth. *' Council of 100, flew Civil Aeronautic Board says lit.
tree and crashed Into another, life like portrait shown here ford for his 21/2 years' set- leaders meeting at the home of Dewey Gargiullo or Sit La With the big canal Jacksonville at noon to at. juries to 17 person aboard a Jet
overturning the car and pinning are typical examples. vice on the zoning by Mrs. Charles Anderson Friday, Packing Co. won the automatic water Into Gordon River the conference.The airliner over Florida last Marc
groups December 4th at 9 shotgun given by the Jaycees Jacksonville conference
him beneath It. It was .m.A river Is could have been averted If the
resolution of definitely silting
not until Deputies Bill MoCrpttand WOMAN'S CLUB approving a special meeting was called while "Mr. Collins" of Miami said He study proposed reformations passengers had been given timeto !
thanks. A certificate of Kuperberg
Jim SkaggS of Everglades The weekly meeting of theontl appreciation by Mra. Phillip Crews and Mrs. employed by Associated Grow. there Indications Gulf the judicial system and is fasten their seat belt.
will be presented era, won the second prize a are to studies in
Earl Hall, co-chairman of the going on The board said Wednesday tie
that he
came with a wrecker Springs Woman's Club to him when he Is In town. United Fund house4o4ioue cam..two-burner ell stove. erican plans to dig a states and U spreading pilot of a Delta Air Lines Con.
was extricated from the wreck"i was held Tuesday night with 28members
lection pit near the .
S e e palm workers at the Lion Den vair 880 had advance weather
age .1, present. Welcomed NEW STORE mouth soon.Mayor For Instance Florida's Judi. .
Monday. W G. Price eo- halr. Information that Indicated turbulence
State Trooper JJD.. 'W new I number-wen 44es- Council approved City Attorney man of the overall drive,explain. The Johnson Lumber and Sup. Archie Turner machinery was designed aa before he took off from.
stated this morning thattid dames Emma AXf rd and! Sadie David Splnglers requestto ed to the ladle that cont rlbu. ply Company's new cash and car. that Gordon River used part of the state constitution Tampa to Chicago March 28.

he not been wearing a seat Haalup. attend the southeastern regional lion could be given In cash or by at ry 120 More North will First open for business three feet deep near the 100 years ago The Judl. But the plane was airborne

belt, he would undoubtedly have A notefrom San Diego,Calif., conference of the National check: or they could sign pledge from the J. P Court Street Saturday across Scout camp at the system was created to ful. before the pilot announced thpt
been klllad In the wreck tells us that Mrl. Edythe MeLaughlln Institute of Municipal Law card whereby the contribution December 5th. The new store, northwest corner the needs of that time. turbulence was ahead the CAB

Kallvemon reportedly sustained Is now recuperating: at Officers January 31'February could be paid either In a lump sum will carry all type at lumber It Is dry at low water Since 1838, dramatic changes said. As he spoke the plane
a broken leg and other the I home of her daughter, Mrs. In Columbia S.c. at a later date or In periodic and builder supplies, ranging perberg said the salt occurred In population In Jolted and 17 of the 93 passen.ger .
He was emergency Paul Wlclutrom here S e e payments over a period of time from activity in tourism, were tossed from th4Ir
Injuries. given ) fallowIng plywood and molding to of the river behind communication and in trans
specified seats said
by the the CAB.
treatment it Naples Community recent! surgery. She plansto The lease between the City Members of the contributor.Jaycees and nail, roofing Jalousie window, Gardens has tripled In National attention Is ,
Hospital and transferred remain for several weeks and Tahltlan Cabana Rentals the Rotary Club will escort the paint and painter's supplle months. centered on the matter
to the North Shore Hospital before returning to fonts was approved after Council decided women on their house In Miami.Parked!. Springs. Cards should go to to amend It slightly. The ing %U1 be held at a later date, retirement of judge n (AP) A mercenaryJed gov.
3109 McKinley c/o Mrs. firm will rent cabanas, beach be mounted on a 10-foot pole after the store has been suppliedwith Want Tourists a logical time to make ernment column penetrated fur.ther .

Wlckstrom. chairs, towels, and umbrellasat replacing an old sign now on Its full load of cuppllef. searching analysis of the JudI. Into the northeast Congo
The Willing Worker of the
today In be.
pursuit of rebel
Car Rolls The board of directors will Lowdermilk Park. It also display at the station. Church of God will sponsor a Advertise system and recommend coo. lleved holding 500 white aa ho*.
hold their December board will sell soft drinks and cigarenea fish ,. changes in allcate*.
cupper at the church Sat. tage*. They found five more
Backward, Causing meeting" on Monday. Decem from vending machines, Council: some time ago give urday. The menu will be fish, .. dead Europeans.The .
Collision Here ber 7th, at 1.30 pjn. In the and the City will get 15 per variances for 31-square foot swamp cabbage hush puppies, To House Herren this morning pointed rebels reportedly fled to
Club House. cent of the gross, Standard Oil Co. signs at two and dessert, $1.00 for adults WASHINGTON (AP-A that a competent judge should Watsa, near the Sudanese bore
As Mrs. Ann Robinson Dtl- Appointed on the nominating S e service stations and Council and 60 cents for children Serv. Ida Development be faced with a rigorous der, u a government force of SO
campaign to hold his
bone, 1S05 Ixora Drive started committee were Mesdames RezonIng of the southwest decided to be consistent In Ing will begin at S o'clock. If official has told a .. The selection of judge mercenaries and tOO Congolese
to back out of a parking Jo Bender, U111an Woods and corner of Eighth Street and granting variances by giving you wl.lh. call 43171 tot free de. committee that the be taken out of politic soldiers neared Hunts, 350 mile

place on Tenth Street, South Mary Land. A reminderj all Broad Avenue South was approved Vodoplch the go-ahead. livery.Judy and Earl Passmore,children States can bring In :: said. "Not always Is the best east of Stanleyville.MOSCOW .
by the Chrts-Tal Market at 2115o members must have dues paidat on final reading. The S e e of Wallace Paaamore are .lgn tourist If It la seated u a judge under this

clock)'UterdlYlftemoon.the least one month In advanceof vacant property was changedto Council: said It would be okay expected home the last of the spend money to do it. system," he polntedout. (AP) Leonid L

parked car next to her started any meeting, to enable themto neighborhood shopping so for Inter-County Telephone Co. week from Frankfort Germany, before Robert Me Henry House, "Qualifications of a judge Brezhnev the Soviet Commu.
rolling back without her know- vote at that meeting. owner E.P Schoenthaler can to construct a rest area at the where they have been staying a special Include more than just UA list party chieftain, denounced
ledge and a collision resulted. Cards were urged sent to construct store building." comer of Eighth Street and Fifth with their mother and step-lather Committee Florida baa Wednesday Increased Its Experience and today the Western paratroop

The other car.wb1d1 was unattended Mrs. Jessie Fleming who Is S e Avenue South, consisting: of Mr and Mra. Jimmy Worleyfor lam threefold trace 1995, are" other needed quail landing In the Congo and also
belonged to Mrl.Anna Ill at her home on the Trail. Council approved a 30-squara stone tables and benches. This about two )..r.. the Development i"A Ion*, ald Herren. said the Soviet Union U ready Jo
The Florida Bar Is the state
Athens W concluded the meet foot five feet the will three Mr. and Mr. J. C. Carver help North Viet Nam.
Mae Sunms or St. Games sign, over sign area occupy spacesIn got state money for organization of members of
visited Saturday with Mr* But in stand al.
on reiterating
Va. Damage was estimated at Ing and prizes awarded to Mesdames ordinance's maximum for the the company's off-street The committee, legal profession In Florida ,
Merle Seal who 1* In Lee Mem. ready taken by the Kremlin
$50 to the Dllbone car and at Gertha Volght, Pearl American Oil station across parking lot, but the firm still ortal Hospital. to offset the U. S. la directly concerned with Brezhnev withheld any specific
$25 to the Slmms vehicle. Officer McMsnus Bender MirJ Henley from Howard Johnson's. Char will have enough spaces meet Thanksgiving dinner guest of payment deficit, ha* the Florida system of pledge of direct Soviet intervea.

Ed Jones made the Investigation Mildred Smith. Eleanor les Vodoplch, new owner of the parking requirements. Building Mr. Betty House were Mr. and American traveling more efficient and ef. tlon In either ares.
for Naples police. Smith, Carolyn Mezger, Land station aald the sign is a standard Official Ben Plnkston told Mr*. Jimmy Hargrove and chlU a large factor said In Florida the He called the paratroop land.
No arrests were made. Woods and Miss Banker. American Oil emblem to Council dren Ricky and Terry of Venus, McHanry million Ing In the Congo a "surprising
$1.5 a on
Mr. and Mr*. Buck Garrett and year example of Imperialist piracy"
log and other mean of
sons Mike and David and Mr. In Boston and aid Western alma there
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Ing tourist, adding that
and Mrs. Walter Garrett. are doomed to failure.
S. Travel Service could
Mr. and Mra. U J. William
same thing.H Old
and children Marilyn Debbie and
said the Florida
Larry spent the weekend laHomestead
bigger than the Travel
New Directors
with her parents,Mr. Rate
and Mra C. W. Little.
Mrs. Bessie McTour*and Mr*. and children of Ft. BOSTON (AP) The First Named By ChamberIn
Edna Clark of Altoona were the pent the Thaksglving Bank of Boston re.
guests of Mr. and Mra. Warren with Mr. and Mr*. Sid today an Increase in Its EvergladesThe
Conan on Thanksgiving. On Friday Mr. and Mr*. rate of Interest to blue. annual
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coffman er and children Mr and borrower Chamber
and Km Jells, of New Port Rich. Brown and children, The bank said It made the of the Everglades
ey were the guest of her sir ner 'and Roale Crus in deference to the wishes Commerce was held Monday
ter and brother-lnJaw, Mr. and guests of Mr. Brown' President Johnson. November 30.Directors .
Mr. Earl Dampier on Thank Mr. and Mr,. Joe Johnson Wednesday appealed elected to serve
iafmoa giving. Palm Hammock. banker to hold the line on for 196S were Don Rudy Alex

Mr. and Mrs. BID Daughtryof Mrs Cecil Walker rate In order to avoid Tasetano, Raymond Wooten.Chris .
flotilla Splng pent the dren Linda and Char Us down the nation' eco. Gen ring,H. Smith,Ronald -
SHOPPING HOURS Thanksgiving holiday with Mr. eat Cecil and his advance. Wardell, Rocky Weinstein,
and Mr*. Wallace Past-more Wet Palm Beach Two other banks In the nation Lamar Thompson and Blllle D.
of Mr. and Mra. had raised their prime
We will be for and Mrs. Beatrice Dampler. guests Smith.
open Mr. and Mrs. Moody Fisher William Thanksgiving .* from 4V4 to 4% per cent.
was no Immediate word County Commissioner Ajc.
Evening Shopping
their plan. They are the Cite Hancock present at the meet
Friday Dec. 4 Southern National Bank ing, stated the commissioners
JUul Atlanta and the Union Bank have not given up on the
Friday, Dec. 11 Lo Angeles.The proposed Welcome Station and
bank In New Tort City
1 are hopeful of finding a way to
r Starting Fri. Dec. 18 ., elsewhere> across the nation
construct It.
T |
I Lavishly Lace Trimmed or been welting to see what
we will be open every eepd after the Federal Re. Mayor Cecil: Drake,alsopre-
5U **3 Beautifully gift wrapped free Board railed its discount sent, said the Welcome Station
evening untilChristmas the Interest it charge was on the agenda for the Com-
for money U lend. missioners' meeting to be held

'. :; Shortly after the Baton bank December 8, at 3 p.m. He requested -
brushed nylon
rON quilted It* rate Tuesday, the *U Interested
S : market suffered one of its persons
a special effort! to attend.Monday .
'f l:' :' Matching slip A pent sets losses Ina year-
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Soviet chauffeur and an Amert. "

'o electronics engineer were

onvtctef Wednesday nlfM of

-- CHECK THESE ADVERTISERS onsplracy to commit espionage ,

for the Soviet Union.

The verdict could mien death.Their .

ANTIQUES DRUGS LAWN CAR penalty will be decided"

U.s. District Court Judge An. _

SMITTY'S PAWN SHOP R PRESCRIPTIONS ; <: TOM thony T. Augelll, who presided MIDWAY 2-2107 :==_ .....
: Filled) over the M.day trial. No date

rti ACCURATELY .::J FUR \ has been set tor sentenclnf.

f89 Alrporf Root1 Prejmpf Fre Delivery LAWN & SHRUB A federal Jury of eight women Announcements 18-Autoi For Sale2J 37-Houias For Sale

(O o DON'S CARE and tour men deliberated JVi 13-H.lp Wint. Female

hours before returning the ver. VItR."'!! BKAUTY SALON v/K.il drive clean tee SVV W ROW .t eu. fh. Is..
Gift Jewelry AII.I.... LIGGETTREXALLMoplo. diet against the American JohnW. 1071 mi at heath ..... .beep .... tor CHrlH ''i Ins u.ftraIM4 ] Sl homo .' tonittto.on .
SWplne. Center 2-2136 '.I, tdaleSERVICE Corner at 11th Awe' a plea limit to to Morton Ava SUN TFNHAOi
Butenko, 39, and his oo.de- lot Street Ml I.tWIau 31. W5$$ he. :I7)1 WASAM@Rt ii/t filet Ford PlCkU, Truck te eM .t 110 WO AI

BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORSNAPLES STATIONS fendant, Igor A. Ivanov 34. n UNIFORMSIU YUPPIRWARZDIAL1C ::: *L I luit R 5lonrant,-. :tool bo.Bnnit.Call SO Barcelona Ilk .....Cm,"."i. I ,eO NAPLFSIOUTH homeon

Butenko and Inane werevieted con. 'I11tlltOA
ROSSI'S Berber Shop to 119 N All tltM Huiet $ !IrIIt 1/1 II. WILLIAM I MONT 'iNr
Pork St. Mi.24449Tk PEST of conspiring to relay tnd ,.|. We Have eddtiSerce M Tanlh tt No MI ? sniIVI
\ ,,, Metter AarbertI IT ltlotE COHTROLSERVICE 808'S secret Air Force Information to ...ieiLINNIES ARC' NIIOIDIMoy TOP GRADE USED CAR tfQRWWJBWOJBTBJ14

IUI H.mlrr gt Ft Myer*. Fit. e rlvo. wlonins to add lo
Two Metier Berberi PAY 0" NIUNT STATION to violate the law requiring to 'oui the held +Inoeme demonilral MOTORS I Ides Sedreem Birtrl lily'In range Males.nil county"..n

Open 8-5.30 E.c.pi Sun. Mechanic Rood Service foreign agents to register with "S anti TUPPERWAREmom' : refrigerate*. .....11.. ....d it,,.,

Men End Grey Hair REASONABLE RATES on duty Welding' the State Department. Butenko 2-B.ket 5y1Srat teselly -.,...,.... and bet la Trucli well ,miiejo brick.., p'.n'' .,., ,,.
Natural Wv 41 Tractors varta cYII. [e'sdtnnd
L U.lng Hair T.ste-i+,,vir. Call 0., or Night MI.2.769SINSURANCE 4060 North Tell Ml'" 2 M87 also was convicted of acting as "1N ..oemw I5I yNhee ec..pl.n INrm.a.Mdement Soil lo wall caiptting 5 d
M ft inboard bo.inoadt
an unregistered agent for the Allitnte CeMpect ......... I.U. tiM we TUPPINWAR I:. P (IMC Tmlf'KS drapn same rk Owner Buidar
CLEANERSTERRY'S SHOE REPAIR foreign power the Soviet Un. Fucelieni eemiitie ISIS rtiane .ash All tor III 000 aulfv,."
MI I Steal it/i n The bill ... your money Olive. Ml > MM II/It M

ion.Butenko bachelor of Russian totAl Da. Whale. ..,........., IIIrr (JMC. IN*'. 'M.--, .. beeniemu
JAEGER I INSURANCE V a Boatt-Metors Acces.IMS o.' aparmen ....oniIIM I uo 511-') il :( : descent, said nothing as the ftLeey _h.......,. Iac.._ utility room DO.lr eornor
DRY CLEANING SAYMONYAty PAYMfNT / Jury forelady, Miss Mlchllena "for year round ....pl..- :lot eeeytltullv I lendMoed with

ONE DAYSERVICE .: AUTOHO"I OWN'R-/IRE C W.I/. Pull I.. M. Deluca announced the ver Plb.r.lad 0'0,11"I.llbe.te men!. at MuM Prettier ka c.Mkle Dry. CleeninsD.pt of noat 45-Trailer! For Rent tropical Houte 1 thruDt gomplelely"Circle furnith driveway

h It NAPLES SHOPPING CINTIRNORTN $ *ofee .Heefe ....:::: diet. But the strain of the gruell. hand Ironmi' Plaaio apply inparton ed "Tie III Mt Sy eppeiniAttix
CHRIS CRAFT Pralner* 1.SYMY.14Help TrMlen II ...... ...u5 TVl ".n'
42 6th A".. So. MI. 2"7390 TRAIL MIS-1111 OAK OUAHANTftDHI lag trial showed on his face as Used 10... Scut erekereieSrunt II"1 tf ,l/ a ....L 'p. .. u i.15.P
Imitli CIIII e..ft .. ,...*
Mt he was led from the courtroomto ec5 I'r.l.' P.l
An I I- 4tl ,
liiciUe Oil MertumNool
Ml I 1711 Vrtll
Sob Meflig
be taken back to the Hudson Wanted Male Wr.ihl" tTred Clark
46-Trailer Perks' Space
held Cnenie 'n ..,... plant fertet DE\VEY POLLY
without ball since Ms arrest ,
ela of the beautiM tr c.,.. Motlta MI i.i ina" wantadwrtnin
BIROLRS 1 1 Oct. U.l 083, Cran Twin Cnfinet: M..<. MARCO ISLAND ".p''.' ," ,",tv SOwn

'-. SHADES! III.. DRAPERY Ivanov, a crew.eut. blond Soviet Sunki,,' Cuttom Depth mil.'. .'Iwhl00.SarahLoll PF.VEI.OPMENTCORTORATION Owfter male, .N*.'.?'W: i.C.Avion 150,1.0"I' fltrollor REALTY

V n cltlien listened to an ear. .nd Coal hl Cov.... |1.MM ."d Royal Urand Fronth
an 1/11 ",,,tit:I!!jhNeatI 'l UPHOLSTERY arm C.II loll 11.140 MI needle *ail. iroamod and well Oee Demo y "oily.. NeKorJernar
ArOnpfp phone linked to a translator as 1.1111. $tifllI t1 will Interview for the moMiorad "toly Collier Cew'ljNFI In Ave N* and
h: LX: JEWELRY I MEBf the verdict was announced. Iva. Son ln! A N IfLH '.........1 TrailMl
;= *> IJ"O 1. \ It AdntsI' ...,. 10 14" I... following: I 14314IhUrematd
2lpn ,or lake out ordereHttttl NI 5 lOll lYn L ESTIMATES nov, who worked as a driver for lTrk tree" Iii aftelabel 'Ur.M CHF.F Exfollfnt opportunity On Nend.rton Creek E Soot Homo on ..... I ISIS I
1'.." ...,.,". City limit TIPIITH AVI .0 SI ] ,fS S,. N.11I1.21303 a Soviet trade agency In New Court SMth M Ooak Kama: inuftlekoard III lot milk ISIS of treeiNorth
Y".. nAfc IIMI .s.__ --.- fr txparltwed man "...on.bl. ....I. ronial 1 Ad N...... ... ally+ thoo
Bald U Mr
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llsh. John.on Iicellent eenditwn ran toes r.o? Raid Soyd Ma
Both defendant kept their 17/1 Compl.lely It' equipped Ml I Mil .hip In food pwparatlen and kilo Hi..M ll/in 'Hi MAUTVNFALtOAl

eye on the Jury u each mem. fkiirW7STr7cenv p.nt at"n. !IIM Na '....,.m. Tr Ml I tell .
EGLER'S IF ,. ... lee l For RentT11.1.'c
ber was polled at the request of ." ... Fer4 VI Impeet etporOpot NIGHT AUDITOR Must 48-ApU. Fn/.L. ,, I tod
a defense attorney One (FL INI CI er II" l ibW In 0.el ? loom I .. .c'.i haste ontanel
K juror Ml. tUI M be very kn wl.< 1)5162 112.501 Ml 14>M.
: (4011 f I 1 MI
said afterward that the panel hotel! areeuntlnf and swillIng MIN ( er Ml J-elM 1.ll.L U!..__

OR N ER By HAZEL ABRAHAMSON 1 I. had been In general agreement 5-Bmlneit Opps.TIXACO. for looms, feral| and 7-4416 THE MOORINGS I 5.4'. ...
I throughout the deliberations.Augelll b.venge.Only esprrUnred ulee.y AN, near telharrt J kalh heir,, r... ll.nl .

. e 00 e0 O O e 000 . .tll granted a request by INC wnly ... Houie Cell I M4I men .ce.n.nal sup.
Ivanov's Vslusble.ncitt..v011.b1.. en with rrftrenrta will be (!tin. III" If ._ _
attorney continue
,... .
new urlre medam I bay .I. MARIOWE AND BECK
Ivanov's ball at 100000. The Itetien .f erifinel,, architoetur lilfrcd for both of the
.1 und..wStru.1'p
aaaian now
ball Ptoaie
I was put up Dec. to by the earner U S1 end Col..... abnve pcwltlnrn. Ml ; ." \% fifth' Ava loMl
Soviet Embassy permitting County Couo1........ MapleeThit make nppliratlan In haml 11.11. Mee4 ..4 As. A.. 1 Mil I Hit. tllll
BROOKSIDE BOWL loner, Linda S'UChIUl178, Clydi 457, Nancy Dun a531onrLaur,. Ivanov to go home to his wife elation and ...Iw.e'fere... patantial aicallantprolit .. written form. Stating qunll- bliOU5TbA1t'9 -'T I t-

I Activity started Tuesday after Allen 153, Alice Lind 174, Kayi etta Fraley 157, Connie Zimmerman and daughter In New York City qualified, Individual I.plants flratloni and salary fxpwtd. EBB TIDE APTS "" homo.
oon at Brookslde Bowl when the Rans 161, Fran Hamilton 152. 137, Myrtle BracllI8.Z8., to await trial.Wednesday. not necouery peed InlIV5' at 'to nih AVI 'a* iii / eroil
,........ and financial ...1.'. to MARCO BKACII 110. Weekly I Monthly lotion MAN SOYO Mealier
enlor Bowlers took to the lanes. Rose Morrison Jeanne Veenschoten Agnes DeMent 140 Ruth Moyei15CMJ8 night Aleksel P. .nc. .v.II."I. T...... 'n. .- Holly MMdfurnithed ._ M 1'."th SIN._ ,. Ml 2125.
he league welcomed three new 164, Lucille Lord 178, and Tina Kibbee 156. Koslkov, of the Soviet Embassy, 11 .w't.. D.YsID/1112, TFL AND VILLAS MAR. t oedroo du I. MS/DOPT
, owlets to this sanctioned senior Alta Riley 174, Barb Hayes 16( 44 + said Mrs. Ivanov returned to the evoInse 1511 I1/l 11 CO ISLAND DEVELOP. I set No_ pelt or thildiaii 1 Tel INN down MINQVOIheel : farmrmim ,-

'ague' Evelyn and Rollle Rod. and 180, and Katie Stull 166 Seven 800 aeries were rolledIn Soviet Union earlier this yea MENT CORPORATION r.W INI I"end t oedroem u.ilurMikhad <' mo...haiit ruu* 'n'' .klacl. am from 1 b"I II'.

Ruby Rlner converted the 4-5.1 with her 7-Dogi Cats Pets South. Nnl ,..I _.. an.I
rick and Jim Bradley, Henry the Tuesday Night Men's 7.yearoOld daughter, M4 Ninth Street aoarlm.iiU. Air CondiIwnad Mesh pro.

udson was the high bowler of split and Nancle Harwood the S. Church League with Harry Clous Irlna. Mrs. Ivanov gave birth to Naples, norlda. Applleanti hoolod! Hill lull' ,CrniMenor ia Se.e.l In .v.rythinfHAKMIV

ie league as he rolled tames 710. Bette Price will soon U er leading the pack with a 575 a son last month In Moscow, he.dI1ed. AKC French R.jntarod Poodle, I Black year olj Ipayed. lacaiiant will lie rontartud within Dated.. .Voorfy Aoarlmani.. : Ill Hit It PALMTN IIANDOLPHILLiN.Aieotiatt. Ne.110,

f J99.1b1. and 171 for a Ml wearing the W1BC TrlpllcaU series without a 200 game. By. .. ."''hI'. pat and com two wake for Interview. I '-. j lilt, In4 j ,,w ." *
ores Jack LaCelle turned In patch as a result of her thre ron Llles with s 214 hit a 599 Butenko took the witness union Chit I nil.to edulte Fleeeenable ll/l .M 11r |!y iTfoji jfn 'i 11

Z10 game and a BUS set, andrfwrge games clIU. set, Charlie Petty with games of stand for two days to deny the n.1-tl--- --. ... r'gibed Apt '''" Ave ll/lt a Mh If 1110 IITH
McC reedy with a 194 tal. 180, 188 and 170 scored a 538, government charges. lie said hemet 12-Help Wanted Soy or ....... men vented for n.w.i. "|M homo m10.uom l.'|>

ad a 519 sides Tom Thomas PINE LANES Norman Turner 529 Bud Hogue a Soviet diplomat In New i.n.r.l work Wohiri,, (rack*. LOVILV I SN conlrallr air glad flu?.,. MIOITI. sood .,,,.
used a big 214 and a 532 Turner with a 205 guns 201.537 Allan Bibbee 524 and Jersey on at least two occasions puttlna, uo linndr* Ai/py InQoreon oontHloned end Keeled $11151.l.Ip5.leee .". .inlr' k,1 then. ulhlymum
game Nour Need Immodiololy I mon or IIM .leen 1111 djrlie* / II III oar mo yaar ,ih l.01.1 >ro.rt N...
d!. Geo. Meter rolled a 177' and 468 series took honors K Richard Bohrer 510. Trinityno. to seek Information about ret. woman ,. ,... ..... Slim fran only _rroHiof'i. HenOfyAttlttont ...rN r ..t.4 rail I .5. I.... V.11.4 'II SOS

ame, Marge Thomas 174-478, the Women's Church League foi 2 took Trinity no. 1 for four tines In the Soviet Union. lie ii'Collior. fer fuller Countv anal|M M Companym a wool Monoier .nl.4. 1143, .Ji/J .!' V II" ..h.blt .,,.

'*n Preston 192, John Blok 196, high game and high series II has points, BonUs Baptists won three said he had never met Ivanov to atari Call Mr Oantilmi mTo Oettrtunlty ,.. odvonaeoont O.H there Srvd. 'urniiiiod Ib4r.emul VINCE; CONBOY
WI 11111. p1'.? 1 SPM. / I.p.H,l ler.lr. ..tt.n. kate I.,.. atreoned
im Bradley 166 and Bill HyderK2. Holy Bowlers, wen of Naples until after their arrest In a /1 M.r. ,
the from
team, First Baptist 11lIM N.'ih Troll. ...."..'" view d '"i "i ron
Bowlers In this league must able to win only one point from and Bonita Baptist no. 2 and dark, deserted parking lot laEnglewood. JCff Soetwial' Write or .itT.11f III, .11. A.. POrb..1
of wai did not testl.fy. ......It,... warrtod wnhraal S M Carter UN Mi.hlaAd. Mi' !!!!L-
at least 55 years ag..a the Trinity team Eva Hogue Christian no. 2 split. Glen oalalo .llaanto lalary Alto 16-Help Available Petortoori. fpl*} _. ._
amber of the league bowlers second In line aa she rollK Llles rolled a 177-495, Monty clerk elano Ml t/UI ll/l MriRtON : \\fn it "
re In their eighties. Take note a 460. The leading Lutheran. King 173-482, WUlburn Bullard WANTIO- to ..", o'fiae ''om / tlr Hllk IwaCOon lulI.
oerienced Lei
III younger bowlers these won three from the First Bap, 180-495 and Norman Herren 177. ._...... In Collier. Co wltnojtwle'sh lyoitt. sonarol Nh 49-Howies For Rent r.5.I.nds.pd oalarnay and ,....11.., AMi /

ores read much like some of tilts, and the Christian Daffy'i 479 Annual Income oermnea Producta yoor around lleedyEood Mo line Phone: I 4111' 'II.'n. .1.511 tilcnan Mayorte i/n
h.al d air tend I.Once vanxins
r other leagues Maybe one won three from the Saintly Sin + + + ::.I recuired Write Rim: : FOR THE SEASONI ,1", ... room W/W.po'
y soon a match should be are Tiers. Edith Abernathy hit games The Rock nBowlers Leagueon Form Going Out Tin",., FA J MI II. Memphia.Wool 23-Miu. Foe S.I.I' evelv t Sadroom ) INS wit '.I':, u.ian' draoa and othai;
5.. ariar I H alam
mged between these seniors and of 155 150 and 163 for a 461 Tuesday NlghtbdMarykrm.brust :ureNh.d.nn.* :r.I.., atilr
finltner end lady .. workIn .... Sal dock tv its, SIN 1 SY""I. lea N' IlanII
>me of the younger bowlers. set, Sue Tillman tossed a 174By way out In front on games To VA Pensioners unpeclton and eeumbly and upneltiory ineioanalve wnk lo Slue" rug lime ", f.... Mutl roaervo k, I'' ItI

+ + + of 205, 180 and 185 and a big d..t. ol Prettier Dryelaaninf: Ire Mont eioefrla ... it.i iNaele Dee 1111 ISIS Ith It li/1 tdIiA1weI.0e ....... t eel*, furnlthed.rt
The) VA'f annual) Income questionnaires 1:.po..ne.. pra'erred but' will IIII MMWOI I 11 ...
Fellow urNuraCeHltlfl 1.55 I would coneldeio
The Christian Men's 570 series as the Wonder Gar. 'n'
... .
-, M prasetwAATFo"
ip Tuesday Night In theChurch Ai rtJVffls den Restaurant won three points will be mailed to 70, t 3r-r, Walt Soa.n Puklw' AdrM Ciena to Oulf end Odff toe .." 'I r.iieMe tenant.Conditioner. 101'r'.r I/'/

ague cleaned up oo the Meth. from Caribbean Realt,. Shir 000 VA pensioner In Florida -- Amplifior iott offer ekevo, f InContaH >4 aiou_.. or I yearly Srfroom I...Hem. ll/l oaa Mw I .elk, M, ip.

1st no. 2 team when Charliece ley Johnson contributed a 185. at the end of November, Rufus STINOORAPNIRhMh.ed Palm. ..,.P... A after Muall.r I P M | tea D.",.. CoViumo wee Tun Air urnMDed endatXer II"
11.h onw
scored a 606 series on 496 to the winning cause while H. Wilson. VA regional manager wSi.l and typms..ed.1 required ii Pleaaent P"Ml.Ctrs. ., III1 If t h7.w hoxta"eemiilofofv '"". llloM Mt 'I4IN Avoll

imes of 206, 188, and 212 tote Elaine Sheldon for the losers rolled announced: today. ........nenl. 1051 ...d .f furntahed,renfel eoMrally' IIM I* plut le alWtaaetoal ytililiet rOOt'f1i, t. :
I Soil. I
scoring honors for the night. games of 180 and 195 and a These questionnaire. will be CantMI ---l!!..!! FOR SALE MlliMI ll/l. If ."m 1 ,.In, lamral keel end

n McConk.y of the winning 837 net Millie Eaton turned In received In the tame envelope ALUMINUMPRESS Juae.! n*.... 1 WeclT'Trim 1 twrnioked,.;. I I >dilion diakoatiior w'AI' elecUit.
and d.
wane hit a 202 and 573,while JOHN E. UTE a 446 set and Kay Heir a 163 u the November pension check PUBLIC NOTICE PLATES jh4 1 ,j at.mplet.ly___ \\t/l If I ,5a'n..wu'' I aria aoreened teG"
J. Salmon was high for thebers loner. Unlun; ?,, t.r pap 2 ItI

Plenty of action wu on tap and should be completed and 7 Sedr..m houoa I : \ h"
with a 185-502! and CB!. + 44 24W n>> 36"Ideil "!it.. from "' ..... ... ttnowl
last week for Naples Airlines Holland three from mailed to the VA regional of THI COURT or 'HICOUll' ( me Ml r1//11e. Mi I
rd Krteck hit a 181 game. Ev. Bailey won 'IN for : ;
ett Fager one of the senior u the Pre-TtunJuglvlng traffic Modern Masonry as Ethel Jones flee as coon a* possible.In AND" JUDO POW( w .. 58-lots for Sale

lire of Maples, knocked the kept Dolt of the pilots and toese a 189 game and 477 aeries, a separate envelope Wilson COLLirH IN COUNTV fkOMIDA Hunting Lodges I eedreon Ouool MojoM TV, NNsI,

pies for games of 181, 193rd aircraft In the ilr the greater Mug Lee a 160 game and Katy continued, and arriving at IN r OIATt TO C -IOITO No >"I lNOTICI Fish Comps fvrnethed. hoot t lIeu laW ouiel'lhkorhood "...oa..4 5 Penn K'tot ll .d tie Avo N: I Iror"Won

203 and a 579 aa the Assort. part of each day.Onehundred HeM a 186 single. Winnie Mil.ler the tame time, some 33,000 of in Na OVATE fUTCMINdetooeed OfNAMMKTT Roofing & Siding ...Aeeenae..Orivo Har'y Teorl* onin 'orI ,':'.".'. M Tre'515 Lull, ...toed. OJ {Of

Christians made It four over and< one pa.sen. shot .155 pm.for the IONri. these pensioners receiving benefit A. Intulitlon lor Ik* ..._ 1 NN I I/I h ,....' n Mh M No ItootetJJttJ1

IB Presbyterians. Nell Via Wykth gen were carried between Naples Fuller Industries had Janet R... under the "old law" will All trodrtort o* l..a 01010 of MAN Excellent .. ., ..
games of 203 and 214 and a and Miami during the hard high with a 167-441 ud N.t. card NIITT A fllTCMlN. deceetodere 25cea. I ui A'AtitMtNT SIT"
per also receive an election nareoy notified -T.'c': : 50-Roomi For RentNam I b/00a. '. ownar need
3 set contributed to the win,as iod ending Sunday Die. Trif line lIaM rolling a 143 single for ue If they desire benefits Me ft .Mime or aaid oetatoin COLLIER COUNTY NEWS inontr ", .ooojfi
tr Neve aiainol
best couldow as they ted three from Imperial m.V
IB the Presbyterians flc for the week wu pretty well under the "new law" IM orfMo e, he County Judaaof and Sari Pteae MI INDUVN PUL N55Hs'
was a 189.492 by George Pharmacy who had Nancy McC or. Collier CouMr Florida. in iKoceurthouto drooiaof formloo I. ; MIIW ISIg :*' "* MANN 'U **,*,,
saver Methodist no. 1 the lea.ie balanced with most of the Inbound mica rolling a 430 set. Aaa Foils Veterans and widows should .. foot _II....*. ,.."' .. b'Oarotron... I ."..... oeddod ko... .iPaSaTT.....--.. .. c.- i ... N.plw. Ill

leaders continued their win. totals being posted rolled s 187 GertradeOuna ISS remember, Wilson Sld, that VA data ntkin a*.>tHe a alendor hash OWOIMJOIHM toe from.. InienalK. lei and aaala l.-, ,**4 lote ,i.dy tll'.Fiefe>enao* required III .n.f D.pi t'1w1 E,. I Nua .

ng ways when they tat four earlier In the week and and Marty Little two I49's for will not place their election Into Snit .1..... or demand m.m.1 that M I Mil me ' .MM ll/la aeilHt ; I $ 7RnhIAT'N.pTa
.rrlM end moot 0110 Ino
oo in >t Manor i
n the Emmanuel Lutherans. Naples-MUml traffic taking Carousel Drive In,and Helen Hall effect unless It appears to be .... or roeWenae end pool offiao oddroM ideal *or Cr.m.r-I.M.PN .

I Shaner's 488 was /IIitIlor the precedence over the week- rolled 171492, Wilma Muter to the pensioner's advantage.Wilson ..orn of w tr.e by' lea alaimani.,.,.....end.). his NMI..on oo-. ? -Peroenel -Wanted To Rent .pse *".

ague leaders, while Rudy Bo.tar weekend. With this seasonal 131, and Katie Hajek Il7for8tone' pointed out that tf a or km .".._,. of rt. will ...... IIL.O..OLI" AII"O'$ '",.-, eel leeeonX townnior Are.Ieta

with a 452 starred tor the: rush out of the way, oldtlmen Builders as the two teams split change U desired, the election -- 'cr.'I' :.'''NATIONAL 5000 00 wS0000 mPb 0n00510, I. .-jloII.e._ GelAOl' I ....... n.. Vipi4 50i...*
sera. lam Morris was t most the field + + + card should also be returnedto SANS O* MIAMIMienw W.M.m. Mew iMp .bp 5.Nioe .TloTli7Real ..... yr' 1'DEWEY. ,,'" c..,,,
hers at are looking IIItI I/MI -.'. ...f'.",
nststent bowler of the night Don' forget the NWBA Christ. florae ... ..... PNel
for a more subdued period the the St. Petersburg VA Re* aeearter of too 151..1ef w .M .on. M POLLYREALTY
wo he rolled games of 15$, mu Fun Tournament there Harriett A FleUker e.m" .. C5eeS 11_. ec RSSe
next two weeks and then traffic flonal Office preferably In the $ Aw f_
\ and 1SS for a 466 series.Cturch will be prizes for all a good MIk p1 e wear ew fitue Wanted
a .... psTtarS2tt33S.rvk.s f M
should take a big Jump time all who enter same envelope with the Income Sf Maw _,
is promised
> women were not v ft******
well the andrte as the school vacations nan. this U for t..IIIOIIIy. December questionnaire.Heatle Qo I 14. II, |4. IM4 INS Offered w., of I* .kioy M or nar Najloe. .
ring as as mea k.
r S n.n e*o er ofMota 0M D..., ...... _.. .
Weaver's 471 was high for and competing airlines hi Ml. lilt averagewill be need For T- k.f.re,0 M M Aovid SfnoT I C"5' ... eMU
l.a :
e TMC ;
eouor u' night. Martha Plercy scored ami the need for at least three iflformaUoa contact Broukside !. SEA WALLS n ,r,5SSStores 14.00439Au.ge

SI, and Wanda Rice converted carriers between )land and Bowl or the officers' of the V.. Sweatshirts COll IIICCOUNTY fLO'lOA.IN CONCMTC WOOD WCtCM

67.10 spilt Zulah Corwln New Torkwss very evident over pies WO Iu'. Bowling A Mod.atlon. 'IN "I CofAlk NOSATI.,. Foundation Piles I OffkeA
ed 199 Merrell Cold. Out For Prisoners lAMUtl 0 OkAOOINQ
a game, the put weekend. Many would- 0.......,
Dock -Mooring Whip ..,'c' 0N. IS Ae,...
iSJ and MUtaerlS6 r At/we.
Margaret be travelers found space 1m- KANSAS CTTT Mo. CAp) TO ALL CNDITOR$ AND P(5 A. ''on* .oMMo .Nt mo STONfi ... Ft 'u-.. 4kPCowraivM
> Question Marks woe teethe to out of Miami Prisoners at the Jaekeoe gouty 10$1 WAVING CLAIMS ."Arl UOIN A tome.id drydwakeABBOTT M foM* W No Low" elf... ..* I*e/a long
possible get MANOR AOAINMID oi ,....
Diabloe The Cutter M ran mal *e* Otf .
n Florida SolonProtests to the You end bob ./y e- ore koroovnetit'od .. .
with all nights and many extra Jail wear sweatshirts ,...... *erv M WILLIAoTeTONf
ers three from the MetiwMS sections filled to New Tort In winter month, sad wkee Bher.Iff claim end weemI04 dtmonde to...Mant... vev. o* Radio lUexlVMM TNe Ml jeTsr. tl/l If ..-..etaPw,1
Nil4y 04w
Cut II ar'.5
and the Christian Pla.fls on flights Livid Owsley requisitioned lie of yea. m1t kev ejemolme 101 t*.n i ,.,.... ooooo* Jn r row level
two from the Mixed Cartsu and Boston. Space Mete of SAMbfl O OkADOiMO. ,
fl. MM tm AM .. JAEGER
two eweeUMrts Doe COM tVoef' niOM -Tor ROBERT
53rd of December groee aoteeted. INS of ton >
from the Tobacco Acreage ty arcing agent's offke re Coirnfr Mete off *!. nt tvento 1* _.1 r emmet LqlMr.p..f1i: I "' I rani III' .... '..
i 4lua + + through the 3rd of January already tb. C&'NV ,..... of C'.r Ceeiy on Auureo. dM tt'Hr I Snel C TM. 1/N
altenaUivettlS.90 : -. ....
WAJHWOTOS (AP) Rep. apa de4 wltt a H* Fierce of OJH i1'ee m me tavrf Paul Muaior IIM PoMSI !!II
and Jim's TV foursome U at a premium or impossible Don aqua (D-ls) protested a deem, ortAodos tee.. 'of t.*. red beck Into second placeday to plea 1Or. vrtXM OQlendO .
I .
get.Those M ''!II
today feat a tobacco acreage sweatshirt moMM front tfco ..
night la the Iftte Owls rl2lng Naples 4U5ml order of Agrtmttare SltVSO a dime, Mee sweet.sfclrU ....._ of Inw some Tvo s.pe 3o-Wanted Te Ivy '-. r'1NIA' lTV Co -

rue as Ancle Salmon rolled last week Inchidedt R. S. How- Secretary reduction Orvllle Freeman was adorned will "The >.... of.. .555....,,M iie'm ott4 we M -51.100....eke 0ba5"' _be- I IM Mk Av.. Vkio* (:Weed: <,>.' ",i<' '<
tee of 112, IM and 169 for si Mrs. J G. Sample Mrs. UeeH end likenesses el tfce Brtl.Isfc of ...'damp w 151 .... N5ea ..4 ,...., Muaet ......4. ,* /,5' '.. .an* loo Jim
ard. ..
i to take scoriae honors for an 4 }utifled.Be 51 ee ..._ ott4 11.1 w- ..4 .o.. .TIM. .'.....s. 37-Hwt+s for Sato .,.. ..... ......
W. Wright.G. .... Doyle.James said that the dgarette to.teceo smt TCt, At N me want'be'.la c.. MJtowtN BECKNIAlTOW
night Helee Hansoa with Sb MaT.dHuNLMrs.I1erhere produced le Vortn Flor.Ma Sheriff Owstey eaereUed a =:5W 0nwp.md :: bbw 2i.rry 1 IN.H I.I/e
earn, 172 sad 17J and a Maw 510 s e _, ott4 .. 400.00 1 Pal
i for Waplee Camera Shop Zlpprodu E. V. Pacaw.V was affected by the acreage bu veto eo we"M* art a* be band dyed.the 4imaad NA1IL M a*I Mod CkAOOI"O MIN oo end .515UON,., I .4rrawEM Me N'. .It n:::,...I ann.ix 112' e'.Amap SwrWInerwl ) .
and reduction on the 165 crops, eeee U-Autol for Sale .
UII wuson. Mr. Mrs. .. U* *"*- /side
I second ta lice, and RaielhhamsoB ltd Boeve of ON prisoners world no A0M.'" Saeovtrm ofr 2 Iv.1/.o' ;l'la
roBlnc for CendUtod Benjamin Klope Den Tae net tee Florida tobacc be tne-Jtod." .* said. MA4 as i._o .Loot_aViO adtAMWIt ) *nd ,.. super Menu Isle T
eontrOMed till tu
te If Cervow .
act .... t<
,. .Il *
Air kit a I04-W. AscborMe Mr. and Mrs. r.Scan Mr. and that M to the reduction.Fvqua tar as I ass concerned we nave D GtA40NDIo U Cnovy. t Move Iii. Coo j' "" "".. Say. 'I ,MOl I Nw ...' .. ...... ie eon.ft. If
moved into a Ue for third T. C. Canls. CJ; IICALL if .v a 00.5 ltd Tronii ,. -ftj.Z. >. ., .< Tank
Mrs. Slg from A Ilk a near -1 Beatles to tne )aU < o>Altn.0" CoW _"' Co./ tut in.n....* I Comer* r,,.' "r III end
i Maplee Camera visa tker Inter T. C. SKphens. Mrs -r HHI *lf1* Of ewe '," P.N the 0041 Pk. M tf
saW Florida's to. reedy = 1
Bk-oteiowe, .' O iadi.f. Ooteoao* Veoonl Ire Wed A Taimoeriel I '. ,. 1 .I.WIt on)
three from First Ni. 1 '"
poiots P. G. Harrison. Mrs. .. t.Huokin bncca snoold be rimed as a OM torAvo oo Crown *' Fol ,. ; 1111' FLORIDA EEAI I lama !
u Beak, sod Ckeasers Nab ".- loride 11 .. 4 Of *od 4 oeood) fi'I.: : !
Mrs. A. Inter Mr. ESTATE MART .
for asn
separate type marketing, 4a -.,.. CMMVUCK .
t moved late ABS place asL sad Mrs. R. U. TeOoro. ant secreurr ef agrtcaliere has tux jcnri rot fon.a-.. ",mOo nooo KYMOUTHhr'1 1 ,.'. '.Yad.
lt of a Vi wte over BAa MI'Ni4 IM) 'aot't!
)(rI.*. On. eeg iy Mdo>. RCBBEJt STAMPS - .-- ----- T.nl __ MJJ --
| AaeDevi rolled a US

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10 COLLIER' COUNTY NEWS N.." Fit. "....,. .......' ). !'*4
Founds New

<,,,,,,,,," '; '' ,,

f School ForDropouts '. rY


r :
ROSEMEAD, Calif. (AP) *_ _
Students from 4 to 40 attend the
unusual school founded by' Mary
and Lester Stewart.
One of the basic courses Is
learning how to read. They also r
get lots of advice, a good bit of r 41
philosophy and considerable
personal attention.The .
name of the .rhoc..l.
housed in an ll.by.60.foot store

building, Is unusual too. It's A I
tailed "Dropouts Anonymous."
Anonymous has processed .
Dropouts .1111 ? n ? w
nearly 1,000 persons.
rF 1 r ra Some have gone on to barber or # {
beauty colleges and some are
being trained by Los Angeles
County as landscape architects.
Some aren't dropouts at all.
They are children who need spei .
:lal help.
"We tell our students you
should like your Job better than
eating," says Mr. Stewart.
a "Because If you don't eat If a

you diet you probably wont
get sick. But working at a Job
you don't like can make you

desperately 111." N '..
In 1939>> Mrs. Stewart, now 43, qn : '
: 'DlIJ.a.! ... .
left high school In her senior j. "" ;, .,,q>
year B was strictly a matter of ....,.". \ ... "ltt' J' 'j .r.. ,,"f.\i' ,.... .. "t.' :! wU,, \-1> '.. .lIIr .
the lack of It. .. ,
money o' ..I k : '\'>t. Id. .
Since then she has undergone .
an Intensive program of self ',"," .. ... ,".t" .jIIJII ......,.. o... '''.'- ,
education. A housewife, she ls .'.' )( j"
'-'I'I' : .. "
who 1
the mother of three sons .
have completed high school. "
Although their own children
had no trouble staying In school,
she and her husband, a machln. k
1st, became Interested In the
children of friends who did have
NATION GETS A CHRISTMAS TREE A crane trouble. So two years ago they
lowers the 72-foot, 80-year-old tree that will be- founded Dropouts Anonymous.The .
come the largest National Community Tree the Stewarts don't honor education .
United States has ever had Tin tree, cut n'ar for education's sake
Pert Beach Club The white beach washed the tvrf of the Gull of Mexico
Chcstertown N. Y., will be trucked to Washington alone. Royal powder.like land It by gentle

and erected on the Whit: House lawn. "Education Is learning not

(NEA Telephoto) Just Mrs. getting st.wart.a diploma adding" "And says Why Port Royal of Naples is one of the most delightful placesin

education doesn't mean a thing
U you haven't got something in the United States to live sees
the noodle to back It up,"
Bombing Of N. Viet Seen Approximately 60 per cent of Here are 166 home of the finest architecture 'In Florida Lush tropical landscaping,
students needed with
I their reading skill when help they with oceangoing beat plying the waterway and docked at the foot of lawnt r

entered the tuitlonJree school.

As To Win War Classes are held five nights a Port Royal Is a well-established, exclu. building costs. Four year terms if desire .

Only Way week Friday from evening 7 to Is 10 what p.m. Mrs.Each live residential community comprising over Every possible protection is provided

Stewart calls "true confession 90% of the southernmost two square milesof now and for generations to come Only single

SAIGON, South Viet Nam many official here believe ex. night." Naples, with 166 families in residence family dwellings can be built, now or forever.
be snatched the war Into North
(AP) Can victory pending and
"We discuss our goals
from South Viet Nam's exhaust. would have little effect on ambitions," says Mrs Stewart and many more homes building this season. No speculative building is permitted; no cooperative .
tug war only by a flight of the war In the South. For one "We toss In an Idea and see No promoter's dream of "what is to be." r apartments; no commercial build
bombers over Communist North thing, it is doubtful that Hanoi "
Viet Nam could turn off the Viet Cong' what Three happens.adults regularly help Work started more than fifteen years ings of any kind. Space required between

Planners In Saigon and Wash. campaign even If it wanted to. the Stewarts with the program ago It was continued without modification r residences is 60% more than the highest
Ington hare been weighing the The Viet Cong's strength has Including actress Ruth Warrick. until It became the reality it Is today. y w c+ J zoning requirements in Naples. No overhead
possibilities of expanding the been broadened to some extent 1
war outside South Viet Nam. by infiltrator from North Viet The Doris others Patterson are Cal Edlnger and More than 6''/, miles of boulevards which 1I electric or telephone wires are permitted to

Since the Viet Cong war be. Nam, and the rate of Infiltration One day soon, the Stewarts wind along the beautiful waterways were laid cross streets or enter homes except under

ran draining blood and treasure reportedly has Increased In the hope colleges In the area will 'out and paved, exceeding the standards set ground. Many other sensible protections are
In 1900, America has faced three past year. The Viet Cong also assign student teachers to the 'tl
alternatives. has been receiving limited school. by the State for Its primary highways Also I provided by deed not conversationNo

The first Is to get out altogeth. quantities of arm and ammunl. Financial help comes from proper drainage was provided for every foot property sales are made except to
er turning over South Viet Nam tlon from outside the
country. Individuals and from women'sclubs.
to the Communists.The Political and military guld. of boulevard. Of course, oil facilities such .over!' those who have made a personal visit to

second alternativethe ance also has continued to flow as Naples city water the finest In Florida Port Royal. And no sales are made to persons
one which has been followed up from Hanoi to the Viet Cong View .( lunch.on .r.g Pert Repel Beach Club whore
electricity, telephone, television cable, etc are other than those who have been acceptedfor
to now -I. to shore up the Sal. through advisers and organizerssent bar. (lees and s.,or suite are ,the xif.rm el the day
ron government with money to the South. Firemen Get available throughout the area. membership in the Port Royal Beach Clubby
supplies, arms and advisers, in Despite these contacts with More than 10,000 majestic Royal and of Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsin the membership committeeThe

the hope that Saigon will one Hanoi the Viet Cong remains Coconut palms and other exotic trees were Florida foregoing are not "rules and regutations"
day be able to hold Its own. essentially. a South Vietnamese Briefing On
The third Is to move Into the organization. The Viet Cong moved in to line the boulevards and other Memberships in the Port Royal Beach which in any way tend to limit your

fight directly with U.S. combat gets its food from peasants and Brush Blazes land areas Club are not for sale Only owners of Port complete freedom to enjoy| the livability which
troops and a frontal attack on the overwhelming majority of Royal be members. To them
North Viet Nam or even Com. its weapons from government Port Royal properties are not lots'They property can Port Royal offers. They are measures of protection

munlst China. post it overruns. Tie volunteer firemen firsthand of East are large, Interestingly shaped private membership Is given without charge with the designed to guard against any encroachment .

The first alternative and all Some feel that rather than briefing Naples are in how getting to fight a brush fires estate sites Properties range from one-half purchase of their property. Yearly dues are on your pleasure and anythingthat
Us variations Including neutral. discouraging the Viet Cong, the
f' whose Job it is to several In size. $200 plus $50 tax with no assessments tend invest-
liatlon of South Viet Nam, have bombing of cities In the North am people acre to acres might to depreciate your
been rejected by both the Ken. would only spur the guerrilla to know4he Florida Forest Service.The Over 95*. of Port Royal properties are guaranteed ment. Compatible, congenial neighbors are
nedy. and Johnson admlnMra.tlons. greater efforts against Amen.cane to first eome-was Lhour given Tuesday on deep, wide, ocean-going waterways which The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis something that money alone cannot provide

Hopes of winning by the see. fence-sitters and would oa the enlist Viet! many Cong night at the Forest Service connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and unsurpassed in Florida and equalled perhaps We do not think that we overstate the

ond method appear increasingly tide.And office on Radio Road with defense Chuck the Intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islands in only a handful of America's more facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the
forlorn.appears lets The Saigon capable government of holdingIts Viet Cong the possibility Infiltration of halting training specialist, Tallahassee, to the south. distinguished restaurants. finest places to live in the United States"

own than it was 10 years ago and material by bombing omen seems as the Instructor Roblnette or You literally can dock your boat at the Every home in Port Royal must be designed We are confident that you will agree if fine

when South Viet Nam became small in view of the difficulty other next three specialists sessions.will conduct the foot of your lawn even if your boat is a 90- by an approved architect and built for homes, luxurious surroundings congenial

Independent of France u the of spotting Jungle route and foot yacht. its owner. Though there are homes in Port neighbors superb climate and deep saltwater
Indirect result of a smashing told
depots used by the guerrillas.A Alan King, county ranger,
Communist victory at Dlen Blue high-ranking\ American offl the NEWS that the Instruction Port Royals Beach Club u on 425 feet Royal which cost several hundred thousand at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you

Phu' clal said it sponsored by the Florida of white powder sand beach, directly on the dollars it is possible to become a resident of We look forward with pleasure to your

The third alternative, there "Bombing North Viet Nan, Forest Service, with Instruction Gulf of Mexico The Club itself Port Royal for a minimum investment of
IS a House
fore, which could lead either to would certainly do our side I now programmed for Lee, Char. gemlike visit or inquiry at our office Harbour
a new Korea or I third world tome psychological good. Then I late, and Collier Counties structure without peer on either coast or $60.000 to $65.000. including property rest Fort Charles and K ng's Town Or.ve One

war, lit* come under new scnu would at least be the latUfac The volunteer of North Naples anywhere n between ud afem nen- dence and landscaping. Properties range In block east of Gordon Drive.

tiny.Among the supporters of dl. lion of hitting at the Com muni*: will probably be given series.of (journalist It was designed by. John Volk price from $14,500 to $;7 .OOO apart from
high\ command But ? afraidwe I classes In the near future, King
red attack on North Viet Nam are still going to be stud i said, but there are no plant for
Is Dr. Bernard Fall, a noted with our war down of1n
her. Toll I similar classes for the City
French historian and author Just ttnt the kind of war I I Naples volunteers, he said since
specializing in Indochina prob. which you can have much
hope to stop the I the Naples firemen
lems. rail has argued for years other guy vtth\ saturation sin, less trouble from forest fires.
that while the United Sates is
raid. The
game nay have to N'
tactically weak in Viet Nam It played by another set of rules.', Some kind of closing ceremony
has strategic strength which will be held for the student fire
should be used. men at the close of the course
/ ,
Fall says on the basis of his Food retailing carry four weekly classes of two hours
trips to North Viet Nam that the more thin 7.00& Keffia. II.CC"E ly

Hanoi regime Is; confident,it can i
defeat the United sales in the
field of guerrilla warfare' but
that Hanoi fear American
bombers North Viet Nam has a LOUNGE
small but growing industrial
plant which 1s highly vulnerableto
air raids and which Hanoi AndUESTArilANT '' N
would hate to lose, he contends
Some Pentagon and State De.
partment officials believe Hanoi
would call a bait to the war lathe
South If Us industries were w-:
threatened. .
Others have argued that at .., .. .
least Communist supply points NOW OPEN FOR SEASON

and Infiltration l depot outside
South Viet 'fam should be
bombed. Hanoi haa charged la
lunch Dinner
Breakfast -
recent: month that this is going
on DOW, and Washlngtoa has 730 AJM. to Closing ........

declined comment on the New Dining Reem ., Pert Revel, Beech Ova. Jehn L Veil. Palm Beech, Architect. Mildred H.II.' kiln Bxth eel CefeHU t, i coretef,
One high Vietnamese; officialsuit
That HUT OPEN 4:30 P.M. to Closing
..Ai thing stand DOW South
vial Nun 1* ot. Our hop
1* the salvation that might come PORT ROYAL
u the result of a haul show. TAHITIAN COVECONGRESS .INCORPORATED

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